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 Dr Naseem chairman of the Birmingham (UK) Central Mosque
 Interview
 Dr Naseem
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This 45 minute interview was conducted after Friday Prayers on 19th September 2008. Apologies for the crash editing.
In this interview with Dr Mohammad Naseem, Chairman of Birmingham Central Mosque Tony Gosling asks him about all aspects of the post-9/11 and post 7/7 Muslim experience in Britain. We hear how most Muslims do not believe the official story of the London Bombings and Dr. Naseem's calls for a free and open public enquiry into the day's bomb attacks.
Dr Naseem's experience of what he sees as pseudo-Islamic organisations 'Hizb ut-Tahrir' and 'Al-Muhajiroun' is discussed at length.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammad_Naseem
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Muhajiroun
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hizb_ut-Tahrir
He links these 'Muslim' fringe groups to Western Intelligence agencies and describes their members as 'untouchables', either witting or unwitting servants of Western military interests. He discusses Koranic justification for allowing Christians and others into the Mosque and his dealings with the boss of Al Muhajiroun, Omar Bakri, now in Lebanon as well as the so-called 'mad mullah' Abu Hamza.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Bakri
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Hamza_al-Masri
Dr Naseem takes us through various scrapes with death he has experienced including being held, in his surgery, at gunpoint by a gang who didn't seem to want to steal anything, and were being controlled remotely by someone on a mobile phone.
He talks about the way intelligence agencies recruit weak-minded people only to set them up as terrorist 'patsies', or dupes.
We also hear of good community relations in Birmingham as well as a Fatwah which has been issued against any killing of civilians by Muslims, or anyone else for that matter.
Finally we hear Dr Naseem's damning take on the Credit Crunch and hear why it is so important that we have an enquiry into the London Bombings of 2005.

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