ISIS Supporters Are Posing As Charity Workers, Warns Son Of Murdered Imam
The son of an imam who was murdered for his moderate beliefs has warned that Islamic State supporters are posing as charity workers to radicalise young people in Rochdale.
Saleh al-Arif said that some members of the town’s Muslim community are concerned the Islamic terror group has many supporters among Bengalis in Rochdale. Mr. al-Arif spoke out after Islamic State sympathiser Mohammed Syeedy was given a 24 year jail sentence for his part in the murder of Jalal Uddin, which took place in February this year.
He said: “I spoke to some members of the community. They are really worried about IS supporters. They believe there are a lot of supporters in the Bengali community. From the outside, it’s like they are doing something good, charitable work and other things. – READ MORE