Why does the Times publish a journo with anti-Semitic & homophobic views?

Here is Dominic Kennedy - the so called journalist at the Times, that tweeted the below! 

Here he is selectively quoting my FB status to smear me.

Here is what I actually said.

Why is this hate preacher working for the Times? He's deliberately trying to smear CAGE and through that myself.

Why would the Times want to smear people who are challenging laws that encroach our personal liberties? Worst still why is the Times employing someone who tweets the disgusting stuff like the above?  
Don't be fooled by this charlatan parading around as a journalist. 
Also keep an eye out on those that will use this to smear CAGE, Muhammad Rabbani or myself and MEND. These people are worse than Dominic Kennedy, as they make reality what he tries to achieve, i.e. increase demonisation of Muslims so that they are pushed out of the civic, social and political spheres aka Islamophobia.

The 5 Pillars of Islamophobia

As promised below are the dates for a four city tour exposing the Islamophobia industry, This will be an evidence based seminar by Professor Miller of SpinWatch. Hope to see as many of you as possible there! Click the link below to register - which is a MUST!

FYI – Clarity on repeatedly published lies about me.

As many of you will know – I have a Wikipedia page – yep I do! Quite a popular one as it turns out given the trouble some individuals take to rehashing oft-repeated lies about me. I’m just not sure which one of my greatest ‘fans’ dedicates their time to set this up (someone needs to get a life) but let me make some corrections on the content there as well some other comments that are regurgitated about me all too frequently as if repeating them will give them the force of truth.
I have made these clarifications on numerous platforms and programmes but I realised that I still need to put this down on paper, so to speak. So here goes:
Wikipedia page
1.Muslim Safety Forum – “Ali left the post of chairman in 2008, then resigned entirely from MSF in 2009 after publicity over his extremist comments. In July 2010, he was reinstated as MSF’s chairman.”
My term as Chair of the Muslim Safety Forum (MSF) ended in 2008. I never resigned from the MSF, as minutes from the MSF meetings will prove, as w…

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'Cos i is Muslim...i'm goona be a little more efficient and get you to do the work and read my latest blogs here!

Well...what else did you expect from an East Londoner!

How to create your own Islamophobia

You may have caught the headlines over the weekend which include 'Muslim students back killing in the name of Islam', and 'Muslim students back Islamic killings', or even '1/3 of UK Muslim students back jihad'. But the best has to be 'To beat extremism we must dissolve religious groups'!

With such 'shock & awe' inspiring headlines, I thought I’d read the report that triggered these sensational headlines.

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The Folly Of Engagement

I was invited as a guest, along with Ed Husain (Quilliam Foundation) on Islam Channel’s ‘Politics and Media’ show - or so I thought.

As it turned out, Ed was not happy to be on a live show with me. His voice broke, his face screwed up with disdain, and the whites of his eyes were plain to see as he retorted, “I’m not going on if he is”. Ed was apparently upset at my previous post about him, Maajid and Hasan Butt on this blog.

I assured him that he had nothing to fear, and that if he truly believed what he said - why not debate them? After all, I had no hard feelings about Ed calling me an ‘extremist’ on national television!

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‘Muslims don’t want Shari’ah’!

According to a ‘survey’ by the hitherto unknown Centre for Islamic Pluralism (CIP), two-thirds of Muslims do not want Shari’ah laws introduced in the UK on civil matters such as marriage. Well at least that’s the ‘estimate’!
This report has been picked up by the usual suspects in the media, Daily Express and the Spectator. Reading the ‘article’, rather than the ‘report’ on this survey - the ‘report’ will be published next year by Irfan al-Alawi and Stephen Schwartz - I was shocked to see the attacks on Dr Rowan Williams and the Lord Chief Justice.
The opening gambit is, “Don’t believe the Lord Chief Justice any more than the Archbishop of Canterbury”, and “Who is Rowan Williams? His comments were unimportant; he is not a political leader like Tony Blair or Gordon Brown.”
In this ‘survey’ we are told, “Soon after Archbishop Williams gaffe the Centre for Islamic Pluralism conducted a field survey of attitudes towards sharia in the main Muslim communities in Britain.”
Since we have to wait …