Islamist hate cleric's talk cancelled after GB News investigation

Enayet Ullah Abbasi
Enayet Ullah Abbasi
Memir TV
Charlie Peters

By Charlie Peters

Published: 21/06/2023

- 19:16

Updated: 21/06/2023

- 20:02

A Islamist hate cleric’s talk has been cancelled after a GB News investigation.

Enayet Ullah Abbasi was due to speak at a venue in London this evening.

But after the council were told about his comments which included him saying those who critcised the Prophet Muhammad should have their head “chopped off” and praising of 9/11 terrorists, the event was scrapped.

GB News spoke to the venue in East London who confirmed talks with organisers, police and Newham Council resulted in the conference being pulled.

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Yesterday he delivered a speech in Birmingham after arriving in the UK last week.

And GB News understands Abbasi spoke in Nottingham as part of a country-wide tour.

The Home Office was blasted for allowing the Bangladeshi hate cleric into the country.

GB News revealed he had previously said: “If anybody dares to criticise our Prophet (Mohammed) that person should be declared as a disbeliever and hence his/her head should be chopped off.

The hate cleric also slammed the late Queen Elizabeth II and called Charles Darwin the “father of weed addicts” having discredited his evolution theory.

And in a sick rant Abassi praised Osama Bin Laden, the orchestrator of the September 11 attacks in America, and founder of the Taliban, Mullah Omar.

He said: “You will never have the merit to carry Laden and Omar’s shoes even after 50 years of pursuit.”

Abbasi went on to call those who flew planes into the World Trade Center in New York in 2001, “brave lions”.

GB News has seen correspondence from a London Borough of Newham councillor who wrote to a concerned citizen: “The event has now been cancelled, please could you let others know and thank you bringing this to our attention once again.”

A British Bangladeshi who raised concerns with GB News about the hate cleric said: “It is good to know that the Newham council has cancelled tomorrow’s event as there is possible threats to British society.”

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On condition of anonymity due to fears of attacks for speaking out, they added: “Abbassi is a dangerous figure who should never have been allowed to come to Britain.

"No hate preachers should be allowed to come to Britain who might use extremist religious views to radicalise, encourage or influence any nation or communities.”

A Home Office spokesperson said: “Extremism has no place in our society.

"We work closely with law enforcement, local communities and our international partners to tackle groups and individuals who sow division and hatred.”

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