UK: Muslim NHS chaplain praises Taliban’s rule as ‘role model’ and ‘Sharia-based system’

Imagine the embarrassment of British officials when they discover that Suliman Gani is not an “extremist,” but is expressing mainstream views within the Muslim community. Or maybe they already know, and don’t care. Britain is, of course, finished.

“NHS Muslim imam in ‘propaganda’ storm after pro-Taliban interview,” by Charlie Peters, GB News, August 9, 2023:...CONTINUE READING

An NHS Muslim chaplain filmed praising the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan has risked becoming a “propaganda tool”, experts have claimed.

In an interview with the Taliban’s state-owned TV channel RTA, Suliman Gani, an imam from South London who works at the St George’s hospital in Tooting, said that he was “very impressed” by the Taliban government.

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Gani’s visit to Afghanistan, which involved meetings with Taliban ministers, was exposed by this broadcaster last week.

A statement from the Taliban’s Supreme Court claimed that the delegation of imams – who travelled with charity Human Aid & Advocacy – praised the new government in Afghanistan as a “role model” as a “Shariah-based system.”

The statement added that the British delegation “expressed that British Muslims are very happy with the rule of the Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan and pray for its survival.”

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Gani and other members of the delegation did not distance themselves from the comments when questioned by this broadcaster….

Al-Gani told the host of a “special interview” on state TV that it was his second visit to the war-torn country, describing the experience as “very special.”

He continued: “Afghanistan now is prospering in the sense that there is peace … I think this is the most critical point for the people living in Afghanistan.”

Gani compared the “mercy” of the Taliban after they defeated the previous government to the prophet Mohammed, adding: “The most important is to safeguard and protect our Deen [an Islamic term for the Muslim compliance with divine law], our way of life, our Iman, and I think Afghanistan is now another unique opportunity.”

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The imam, whose NHS trust serves over 3 million people, said: “Now that there is a new government in place, I think … what we have witnessed, the different ministers, the organisation, the experience, the mistakes that they had learned from previously. I think many of those have been addressed and now we see things are in the right direction…CONTINUE READING