Apparently, the Muslim candidate for Mayor of London has a problem with white Christian men. Labour candidate Sadiq Khan said: “London’s transport authority is far too dominated by white men.” Khan said he would ensure the board better reflected the (Muslim) “diversity” if he becomes mayor.
Politics “I will reshape TfL’s board,” he said during a speech in Brixton this morning. “It needs to better reflect London’s (Muslim) diversity in the interest of Londoners. Did you know there are 16 people on the board of TfL? “Thirteen of them are white men. Thirteen. Think about it . It only has three women on it. That’s less than one in five. “
He suggested the needs of ethnic minorities were being neglected as a result.
The Sun LABOUR’S candidate for London Mayor faced fresh questions over his extremist links after it emerged his ex-brother-in-law was a hate preacher.
Mr Khan claims to have distanced himself from jihad-monger Makbool Javaid, but The Sun can reveal the Tooting MP also had family links to four members of the extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir.
Speaker-turned-lawyer Makbool Javaid was married to the Labour MP’s sister Farhat from 1989 until 2011 — on Friday shocking footage of him preaching anti-western hate emerged.
In 2007 Mr Khan admitted that he was related to four other men through evil Javaid who were members of Hizb ut-Tarir. The fundamentalist group wanted to turn Britain into an Islamic state under Sharia law.
Mr Khan’s former brother-in-law also belonged to the notorious Islamist group Al-Muhajiroun and spoke alongside banned cleric Omar Bakri.
Shocking footage shows of him savaging the West during a central London rally in 1997, as the crowd chanted “Allahu Akbar.” Javaid’s name even appears on a “fatwa” declaring holy war upon Britain and the USA.
Andrew Bridgen MP said: “Yet again, Khan is showing terrible judgement on who he associates with. He’s clearly experimented with the wrong company. Mr Khan claims: “I have had no contact with him for more than a decade,” but last night the Tories were quick to go on the attack.
“For a man a bidding to take charge of the world’s greatest city, there are questions to answer here: when did he find out about these radical views and why didn’t he speak out earlier?” (Because he agreed with them. Now that he is running for Mayor, he will try to distance himself from them)
London Mayor Candidate 2016 Sadiq Khan speech with crowd waving Islamic extremist flags.