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UK: Meghan Markle Supported Community Kitchen In Mosque Linked To 19 Jihadis

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Published on: November 26, 2018

“Experts say the Duchess of Sussex has been ‘poorly advised’ and a simple internet search should have raised some questions.”

By whom?

“Meghan’s community kitchen housed in mosque ‘linked to 19 jihadists,’” by Jane Wharton, Metro, November 24, 2018:

A community kitchen supported by Meghan Markle is housed inside a mosque that has been connected to 19 extremists, it has emerged.

Experts say the Duchess of Sussex has been ‘poorly advised’ and a simple internet search should have raised some questions.

Meghan visited the Al Manaar Hubb Community Kitchen in a West London mosque after helping them write a cookbook following the devastating Grenfell fire disaster.

The Hubb lease the space in the mosque, which is run by Imam Samer Darwish, who has preached a number of inflammatory views on social media.

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He has said that girls who listen to music may become strippers and women should not pray on their period or cry when visiting graves.

The anti-extremism think tank, Henry Jackson Society (HJS), has also linked the mosque to 19 jihadists, according to the Telegraph.

They include three of the four so-called ‘Beatles’, the Isis terror cell charged with torturing and killing hostages in Syria and Iraq….

Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer

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