“Reform Muslim” Maajid Nawaz’s Suit Against SPLC Is Meritless

By – on August 31, 2017

Source: “Reform Muslim” Maajid Nawaz’s Suit Against SPLC Is Meritless – Geller Report


Has he hired a lawyer? Let alone actually filed suit?

Nawaz always gets the last laugh, exploiting the kuffar’s desperation for a true Muslim reformer. A true Muslim reformer is ….an apostate.

Nawaz is a carny barker. Don’t buy the snake oil he’s selling.

Maajid Nawaz was furious to have been included on the SPLC’s hit list along with the likes of…me. He raged: “I’m listed there with people such as Pam Geller? It’s unbelievable.” So he can say that about me but the SPLC can’t say that about him? His suit, if it ever materializes at all, is meritless.

He wrote in the Daily Beast:

And setting aside my disdain for naming any individuals on lists, to include me alongside Pam Geller is patently absurd. Pam Geller furiously opposed the Park51 Manhattan mosque project. I supported it. Pam Geller supported the anti-Islam British protest group EDL. By facilitating the resignation of its founder Tommy Robinson, I helped to render it leaderless till it practically fizzled out. Pam Geller has “expressed skepticism” about the existence of Serbian concentration camps. I have repeatedly referred to the genocide in Bosnia as having been a primary factor in my own anger and radicalisation as a youth. Pam Geller has called for Islam itself to be designated a “political system”, and to lose its constitutional rights as merely a religion. I am a Muslim who set up an organisation that campaigns to maintain a separation between Islam, and the theocratic Islamists who seek to hijack my religion. Need I go on?

Nawaz doesn’t realize that no one is exempt. He can insist it’s a religion of peace all you want, but the Left/Islamic propaganda machine will still call you an “anti-Muslim extremist” if you say the slightest critical word about Islam. And Nawaz’s attacks on me inevitably reinforce the attacks on him.

Nawaz’s Quilliam Foundation, supposedly a “moderate” organization, “came out in favor of the ‘Palestinian’ jihad against Israel and the ending of Israeli defensive operations. Also, when the Quilliam Foundation began, its founder Ed Husain attacked Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ibn Warraq and others who speak honestly about the jihad threat — would a real opponent of jihad and Islamic supremacism do that?  It has also been noted then that Husain ‘wrote disingenuously about Islamic teaching on apostasy and other matters, and ignored the deep scriptural, theological and legal foundations of Islamic violence and supremacism. Hardly a promising performance for a genuine reformer.’”

Nawaz’s  Quilliam Foundation was founded by former members of the Islamic supremacist group Hizb ut-Tahrir, which calls for a worldwide caliphate. The Quilliam founders say they’ve rejected all that and are “moderates” now, but there are warning signs that they aren’t. The Quilliam Foundation is named after a 19th-century British convert to Islam, Abdullah (formerly William) Quilliam, who was hardly a “moderate.” In warning Muslims not to aid a British expedition into Sudan in 1896, he wrote: “For any True Believer to take up arms and fight against another Muslim is contrary to the Shariat, and against the law of God and his holy prophet. I warn every True-Believer that if he gives the slightest assistance in this projected expedition against the Muslims of the Soudan, even to the extent of carrying a parcel, or giving a bite of bread to eat or a drink of water to any person taking part in the expedition against these Muslims that he thereby helps the Giaour [Infidels] against the Muslim, and his name will be unworthy to be continued upon the roll of the faithful.” (Source)

“Reform Muslim Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Sue SPLC for Defamation,” by Daniel Nussbaum, Breitbart, June 26, 2017:

Maajid Nawaz, a former Islamic extremist-turned-reformist who now runs a counter-extremism think tank, will sue the Southern Poverty Law Center for including him on a list of anti-Muslim extremists, he announced on Bill Maher’s HBO show Friday night.

Nawaz, who is also an author and ran for office in Britain in 2015, runs the Quilliam Foundation, which describes itself as “the world’s first counter-extremism organization,” dedicated to promoting pluralism within Islam and other religions. In October, the Southern Poverty Law Center — a left-wing “anti-hate” nonprofit that frequently targets conservative advocacy groups — listed Nawaz among 15 “anti-Muslim extremists,” including Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Pamela Geller, Brigitte Gabriel, David Horowitz and others.

“I’ve memorized half of the Koran. I’m a Muslim. I’m born and raised Muslim to a Muslim. I’ve learned classical Arabic and spent time in prison as a political prisoner for what I then thought was my religion,” Nawaz told Maher on Friday night’s episode of Real Time. “I’ve changed my views as to the interpretation of my religion, and along come these people…and decide that I don’t have the right to speak about my own heritage and critique it from within.”

Nawaz said he would be taking the SPLC to court for defamation and using crowdfunding to pay for the legal fees.

“These are the same guys who arrogate themselves the right to speak out against the Bible Belt. The SPLC is quite vocal against family planning, the anti-abortion movement, quite vocal against Christian fundamentalists; in fact, they’ve listed some Christian conservative groups on their hate lists as well,” Nawaz continued. “So they arrogate to themselves the right to criticize their own Bible Belt, but don’t want me to criticize our own Quran Belt, within my own community. And it’s this hypocrisy which I call the bigotry of low expectations.”

In October, Nawaz told The Atlantic that the SPLC had put a “target” on his head by including him on their list….

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One Comment on ““Reform Muslim” Maajid Nawaz’s Suit Against SPLC Is Meritless”

  1. Hadenoughalready Says:

    They’re notorious for being pathological liars (I know first-hand). Unless they spit on and step on a qur’an, they’re NOT apostates.

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