Amazon is funding an extremist UK charity whose founder supports child marriage and stoning people to death

Monday, October 8, 2018
By Paul Martin
8 October 2018

Amazon has approved funding for an Islamic extremist British charity called The Muslim Research and Development Foundation, through its Amazon Smile programme, The Times reports.

The charity (MRDF) which according to the government’s counter-extremism commissioner Sara Khan, is the “main Salafist organisation in the UK”.

It was founded and formerly chaired by Haitham al-Haddad, a 52 year old Saudi Islamic scholar. Khan also stated, “Haitham al-Haddad’s views are misogynistic, racist and homophobic.

They promote a supremacist ‘us versus them’ world view that wrongly makes Muslims feel that they can’t be fully British.” In addition he has also been described as “one of the most dangerous men in Britain” by the head of the Muslim run counter extremist organisation, The Quilliam Foundation.

Mr Haddad PhD. Who says he represents orthodox Islam, affirms child marriage, “the younger the better”, though “you have to be careful of the legal issues”, female genital mutilation, done the Islamically approved way, “is better for the husband” and “a virtue or honour for women”.

As well as, stoning people to death for adultery, that husbands have a right to beat their wives, that homosexuality is an evil crime and that western women should submit to Allah and wear the niqab among other things.

He has also made the wild claims that paedophilia will be legalised in the west and that some western countries are planning to sell aborted foetuses “as meat to be eaten, to be used as a barbecue” by people in east Asia.

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