Kitchen supported by Meghan’s cookbook housed in mosque ‘which has links to 19 terror suspects
A London community kitchen supported by Meghan Markle is based in a mosque with links to terror suspects, it was alleged last night.
he Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre is claimed to have links to 19 Islamic extremists including Jihadi John.
A report in the Telegraph reveals that one of the imams at the mosque near Grenfell Tower claimed that women who listened to music were at risk of becoming strippers.
The Duchess of Sussex has promoted a charity cookbook on the back of numerous visits to the Hubb Community Kitchen, based at the mosque.
Among the facts uncovered by the Telegraph investigation are:
- Samer Darwish, an Imam at the mosque, is claimed to have said women should not pray while on their periods.
- He is also believed to have said women who listened to music were at risk of becoming strippers.
- And that women should not cry when visiting graves.
- The mosque is also believed to have links to three of the four ‘Beatles’ – who were involved in jihadist activity and became one of the Islamic State’s most notorious terrorist silos.
- One of the ‘Beatles’, Alexanda Kotey, is alleged to have stood outside the mosque and preached extremist views.
- Another believed to have links to the mosque is Aine Davis, whose wife, Amal el-Wahabi, was in 2014 convicted of funding terrorism after she persuaded a friend to try and smuggle £16,000 in cash to him.
- He was in 2017 found guilty of being a senior member of a terrorist organisation, and sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison.
Three of the four ISIS ‘Beatles’. Choukri Ellekhlifi, Alexanda Kotey and Aine Davis, who are all from west London, are believed to have attended the mosque.
The ‘Beatles’ – nicknamed after the British band because of their English accents – were involved in jihadist activity and became one of the Islamic State’s most notorious gangs.
They were led by the infamous Jihadi John – also English – whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi and was killed by a drone strike in Syria three years ago. British security services have a long history of turning a blind eye to violent British-based Islamists going to fight in places such as Libya and Syria.
The terrorist group was behind the murder US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning and aid worker and Iraq war veteran Peter Kassig.
One of the terror cell, Kotey is alleged to have stood outside the mosque and preached extremist views and in 2008 became involved with a group believed responsible for the 7/7 bombings.
Kotey was captured in January earlier this year as he attempted to flee Syria, and was held by the US-backed Syrian Defence Force.
While Aine Davis, also believed to have links to the mosque, was in 2017 found guilty of being a senior member of a terrorist organisation, and sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison.
In 2014 his wife, Amal el-Wahabi, was convicted of funding terrorism after she persuaded a friend to try and smuggle £16,000 in cash to him.
The name she chose for herself ‘Wahabi’ reminds us that the key problem behind the radicalisation of so many Muslims in the West is the vast amounts of money poured by Saudi Arabia into the promoting of the hardline Wahhabi Islamist heresy which is the desert state’s official religion.
There’s really no point Britain’s political, military or media elites complaining about Islamic extremism in London mosques while they happily stayed allied with – and keep taking money from – the Saudi dictatorship which inspires, funds and promotes it!