30 of the victims gunned down by the MUSLIM savage were British citizens. Amran Hussain, 29, who stood for North East Hampshire in the recent election, was pictured holding his selfie stick aloft as he stood in front of a pile of flowers and tributes.
UK Daily Mail (h/t Jade) With the sun loungers where dozens of tourists were slaughtered by ISIS militant Seifeddine Rezgui clearly visible in the background, the national delivery officer for NHS England looked directly at the camera in aviator-style sunglasses surrounded by four friends.
The politician, who has been pictured with Ed Miliband, has now defended his actions saying he visited Marhaba beach in Sousse to pay his ‘respects’ and pointing out selfies are not ‘banned’. Hussain told MailOnline: ‘Selfies are not banned. I don’t see anything wrong with it. We were capturing a moment.’
Hundreds have taken to Twitter to condemn the ‘disgusting’ picture, saying it sums up the ‘selfie or selfish generation’. Alice Simmonds said: ‘Absolutely shameless for a Labour candidate. He should know better.’ Michael Wilton tweeted: ‘This is a disgrace. The families haven’t event started grieving.’
The MUSLIM Labour candidate, who was brought up in the East-End of London in council housing, was defeated in the May election by a staggering majority and received just 5,290 votes compared to victorious Conservative candidate Ranil Jayawardena’s 35,573 votes.