Before Bombing, Manchester's Top Cop Pushed Islamist Claims of Islamophobia

Why did the Manchester Arena bombing by a second-generation Muslim refugee take place? We can look to the top.

After trying to hide the name of the Muslim bomber, Manchester police were forced to acknowledge it when it went public. Why hide it? Because the Libyan bomber was a Muslim and a second-generation refugee. Both are politically inconvenient.

Instead of asking Muslims to step up and report possible plots, Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins warned everyone not to be Islamophobes.

"We understand that feelings are very raw right now and people are bound to be looking for answers. However, now, more than ever, it is vital that our diverse communities in Greater Manchester stand together and do not tolerate hate."

Hopkins' account shows every sign that he was on top of the key issues that led to this attack. Like gay rights and promoting claims of Islamophobia by Tell Mama.

Ian Hopkins didn't just promote Tell Mama on social media. He cited its "report" of "hate crimes."

Why was Manchester's top cop pushing Islamophobia claims from a discredited group?

A controversial project claiming to measure anti-Muslim attacks will not have its government grant renewed after police and civil servants raised concerns about its methods.

The group’s founder, Fiyaz Mughal, said he saw “no end to this cycle of violence”, describing it as “unprecedented”. The claims were unquestioningly repeated in the media.

Tell Mama and Mr Mughal did not mention, however, that 57 per cent of the 212 reports referred to activity that took place only online, mainly offensive postings on Twitter and Facebook, or that a further 16 per cent of the 212 reports had not been verified. Not all the online abuse even originated in Britain.

Contrary to the group’s claim of a “cycle of violence” and a “sustained wave of attacks”, only 17 of the 212 incidents, 8 per cent, involved the physical targeting of people and there were no attacks on anyone serious enough to require medical treatment.

This is common enough. Islamophobia is a hoax. It's a way to censor political dissent and the truth about Islamic terrorism. And yet, when Hopkins should have been preparing for the next Islamic terror attack, he was promoting Islamophobia claims instead by a thuggish organization.

In mid-May, before Woolwich, one Jewish activist, Ambrosine Chetrit, received a threatening letter from solicitors after she tweeted that “Tell Mama are sitting on Twitter on the EDL hashtag, threatening anyone and everyone whose comments they do not like about Islam”.

Tell Mama also objected to a tweet in which Ms Chetrit said it was “trying to close down pro-Israel [Twitter] accounts daily”.

Other recipients of legal threats at the same time include Atma Singh, a former race adviser to the then Labour mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, who received a legal letter from Tell Mama after tweeting that it “gives a platform to Islamists”.

The letters were written by Farooq Bajwa, a solicitor who has acted for a number of Islamists and Islamist sympathisers, including the Palestinian radical leader Raed Salah and the Respect MP George Galloway.

The letters to Mr Singh and Ms Chetrit were sent to their private home addresses, neither of which are in the public domain. Ms Chetrit’s lawyer, Mark Lewis, who has acted for many phone-hacking victims, has reported Mr Bajwa and Tell Mama to the police after they refused to say how they obtained the information.

Why was Ian Hopkins pushing this instead of doing his job? If he had done his job instead of crying Islamophobia, would 22 young British people still be alive today?

And when you dig further down, you find that the Manchester police was complicit in Islamist agendas similar to the one for which the Manchester Arena bombing was carried out.

TellMama co-chair Shahid Malik : “whole of Westminster will be Muslim” and “even the Prime Minister will be Muslim”

Tell Mama’s new co-chair is  Islamist, Shahid Malik who has links to extremist groups both home and abroad,

In the video below is Shahid Malik speaking at the controversial Global Peace And Unity Event in 2008. GPU has come under fire for having well known Muslim hate preachers and prominent Islamists as speakers.

GPU was founded by convicted terrorist Mohammed Ali Harrath  CEO of The Islam Channel which has often been criticized for its on air support of Hamas and its hardline wahabbi views.

This “unbiased and impartial” Minister also boasted how the number of Muslim MP’s elected would eventually grow to a point where the “whole of Westminster will be Muslim” and “even the Prime Minister will be Muslim”.

Malik was allegedly also photographed with a member of Hamas.

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