All posts for the month November, 2013

Two days ago the Sunday Telegraph uncovered connections between the “Emirates Centre for Human Rights” (ECHR) and the Muslim Brotherhood (MB):

After publishing this article online hectic twitter-activities were going on. Rori Donaghy, the director of the EHCR was fast to call the article a “smear campaign” in numerous tweets and tried to prove it with this tweet showing the registration of the website .

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So was the Sunday Telegraph really wrong to name the wife of Anas al Tikriti, Malath Shakir, as registrant of the website? Clearly not!

This screenshot shows the website registration of and there is the name of Malath Shakir. She registered the website in 2012 and updated it the last time in July 2013.

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What happened then?

Mr. Donaghy (and also a very busy Dr. Davidson) obviously didn’t want everyone to see the connection to Anas al Tikriti and the muslim brotherhood. So he changed the website registration yesterday, as you can see on the screenshot below.

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Registrant is now Mr. Rori Donaghy. Last update on November, 25th 2013 – yesterday.

A few minutes later Rori Donaghy made the tweet mentioned above.

So, Mr. Donaghy, please learn that the world wide web has a long memory.

We and the readers of ask you now, Mr. Donaghy: Who is really doing a “smear campaign”?

A group with undeclared links to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood and the terror group Hamas has been holding meetings at the House of Parliament.

Separately, it can also be revealed that one of the Government’s police and crime commissioners will this week speak on the same platform as a man who has justified the killing of British troops and called for democracy to be replaced by Sharia.

The Commons events — held in March and September — involving the group with links to Hamas were organised by the Emirates Centre for Human Rights (ECHR), which says it is a moderate campaign against rights abuses in the Gulf. However, part of its agenda appears to be anticipating the end of the regimes in the region.

The main speaker at the meeting was Christopher Davidson, author of a book about the “coming collapse of the Gulf monarchies”.

The ECHR is fronted by a young white British man, Rori Donaghy. It makes no mention on its website or in any other publicity of its close links with the Islamist Cordoba Foundation, described by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, as a “political front for the Muslim Brotherhood”.

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Freedom of speech is undoubtedly one of the most central values of modern western thinking. This report by the London’s Evening Standard shows, that not everybody seems to agree on this:

“A guest lecture at a London university was abandoned when protesters backing Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood chased the speaker from the stage. Speaker Mohamed El-Nabawy had to be ushered off stage by security guards when around 30 demonstrators stormed a lecture theatre at Bloomsbury’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), which is part of the University of London.”


On November 23-24, UK politicians, in a crushing betrayal of Britain’s moderate Muslims, are planning join many of Britain’s most outspoken Islamist groups and preachers at the sixth Global Peace and Unity conference, due to be held in London. Tens of thousands attend these conferences; journalists applaud the initiative, and cabinet ministers, political commentators and other policy-makers address its crowds.

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In late September 2013, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood denied media reports that it is moving the bulk of its operations to London. The Egyptian MB has been running an office in the UK, headed by Ibrahim Mounir, a senior figure in the organisation. After the ouster of Mohammed Morsi from his office on 3 July, the Brotherhood was once again exposed to an extensive crackdown by the Egyption security forces. As a result, the MB allegedly moved ist media and publishing operations to the UK. This was denied by the organisation’s London office, however. Continue Reading