In this clip from "BBC This Week," CAGE director Asim Qureshi is thoroughly exposed as a stealth jihadist.
Here's more from the Telegraph:
The Telegraph—The director of the Muslim rights group Cage has repeatedly refused to condemn the stoning of adulterous women by Islamic extremists.
Cage Director Asim Qureshi
Appearing on the BBC’s This Week programme, Asim Qureshi was asked about a series of positions advocated by a Muslim scholar he has described as a mentor, including female genital mutilation, domestic violence and the stoning to death of women found guilty of cheating on their husbands.
Last month, Mr Qureshi was criticised for describing Mohammed Emwazi, the Islamic State executioner known as Jihadi John, as a “beautiful young man”.
Pressed by Andrew Neil, the show’s presenter, to condemn a series of extreme positions, including claims that Jews are descended from pigs and homosexuality is evil.
He repeatedly refused to engage, saying: “I’m not a theologian.”
Pushed to take a stance, he said: “I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.”
Accusing him of using “weasel words,” Mr Neil put it to Mr Qureshi that he had in the past spoken in favour of Jihad and Sharia law.
He said: “As far as I am concerned, Sharia law isn’t practised correctly anywhere in the world.
“Jihad is part of the religion of Islam.” (Continue Reading.)