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Outrage as Islamist claims Grenfell Tower victims were 'murdered by Zionists' who fund Conservative Party
A little good news. The Lawrence Llewellen Bowen looky-likey diva boy from the Al Quds parade is being investigated for his remarks, for once. From the Telegraph.
An Islamist activist has claimed the Grenfell Tower victims “were murdered” by Zionists who fund the Conservative party in an astonishing outburst now being investigated by police. Nazim Ali, a director of the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), is accused of exploiting the tragedy during an anti-Israel demonstration in the days after the fire.
The Metropolitan Police said it was now investigating allegations of anti-Semitic comments made during the protest.
Mr Ali, who is managing partner of a private health clinic in west London which charges patients up to £150 for a GP consultation, told the rally on June 18: “As we know in Grenfell, many innocents were murdered by Theresa May’s cronies, many of which are supporters of Zionist ideology.”
In video footage posted online, Mr Ali goes on: “Let us not forget that some of the biggest corporations who were supporting the Conservative Party are Zionists. They are responsible for the murder of the people in Grenfell, in those towers in Grenfell, the Zionist supporters of the Tory Party.”
In another heated outburst, he says: “It is the Zionists who give money to the Tory party, to kill people in high rise blocks.... Careful, careful, careful of those rabbis who belong to the Board of Deputies, who have got blood on their hands.”
Ahead of the march the IHRC encouraged its supporters to “bring a Hezbollah flag to show support for the political wing of Hezbollah. This is because the political wing of Hizbullah is not a proscribed organisation.”
Mr Ali, who chairs the rally, is listed as a director of the IHRC, which co-organises the event in the UK. In 2012, Mr Ali introduced Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, as the keynote speaker at the protest march. Mr Corbyn did not attend this year’s event.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We received an allegation of anti-semitic comments and it is being investigated by detectives from Westminster CID. The inquiry continues.”
The IHRC failed to respond to request for comment from The Telegraph.
In response Mr Ali told The Sunday Telegraph “You have not presented what I said accurately in the wider context of what was said in the prelude to the minute's silence for Grenfell. As presented it sounds somewhat inelegant… To say that some of Theresa May or the Tory party's supporters are Zionists is hardly controversial.”