Is the Scottish National Party embracing radical Islamist views?

It is always dangerous for a Londoner to comment on Scottish politics.  However, as the Scots seem to have a disproportionate impact on the politics of the wider United Kingdom (Scotland has less than two-thirds of the population of London), I could not help but be intrigued by a report produced by the Quilliam Foundation, which describes itself as the world’s first counter-extremism think-tank, setting out how the SNP have selected as their candidate for Glasgow Central a self-proclaimed Islamist who established the Scottish Islamic Foundation which then received £400,000 from the Scotish Government.  Apparently, the candidate – Osama Saaed – is close to Alex Salmond (First Minister of Scotland and SNP Leader) and worked for him in the past.

Does all this mean that the SNP is also supporting the recreation of the Caliphate and the “need for 646 George Galloways to fill up the rest of Parliament”?  I think we should be told.

One thought on “Is the Scottish National Party embracing radical Islamist views?”

  1. The scunner Salmond most likely will declare for Thuggee if there is a vote in it.

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