This week Sajid Javid was appointed as British Home Secretary. His roles amongst many, will be to oversee immigration, border control and deportation, security and terrorism.
There is much speculation whether Javid is Muslim, therefore I am going to evidence Javid being very much alligned to Islam, plus show the wider agenda of installing the first British Muslim Prime Minster.
Javid states he is from a Muslim background, however does not practice, he said his wife is Christian and his Children are brought up Christian.
In a Daily Mail article in 2014 titled
“Is Maggie’s Muslim heir set to follow her into No 10?”
Javid is proud of his Muslim background, but regards himself as British. Asked if he will observe Ramadan he hesitates before replying: “I’m not practising.”
Does he read the Koran? “No, but how many people call themselves Christian and visit a church? God and Allah are the same thing.”
It is an Islamic belief that Jews and Christians have the same god, as the Qur’an is believed to be the final abrogation to god’s law. To say this to a Christian (or a Jew) is of great disrespect, as that is not their belief. One only has to read the Qur’an to see they are not of the same god.
For instance, Muslims do not believe Jesus was crucified, nor of the holy trinity, and throughout the Qur’an there is condemnation of anyone who doesn’t hold the belief Allah is the only God and Muhammad is the final messenger.
Nothing else other than submission to Allah, will be accepted. (3/85)
I was led to believe by mainstream media that Javid is bringing his children up Christian, so I looked for evidence of this and couldn’t find it.
What I did find was interesting. The first most important thing a parent can do for their child is name them, it is the first stage of forming their identity. So why then, did Javid name some of his children Muslim names?
It seems a strange thing to do considering he doesn’t practice any faith.
Describing his own background Javid said:
‘My own family’s heritage is Muslim. Myself and my four brothers were brought up to believe in God, but I do not practise any religion. My wife is a practising Christian and the only religion practised in my house is Christianity.
Sajid Javid won the “Best Politician” at the “British Muslim Awards 2015”.
For someone who says he doesn’t practice Islam and hasn’t read the Qur’an since being a child, it seems a little strange he would be nominated, or even go to the event.
Javid also attended the “Muslim News awards 2017″, where he spoke of “our community” and of “my religion”.
Here are short videos of the event. The full video is here.
Javid talking about extremists and “us” as a Muslim community.
Javid talking about “Our culture, our community, our customs”
Javid saying he is “Proud to be British, and proud to be Muslim”
For some, this will not be enough to believe Javid is committed to the Qur’an.
When an MP is sworn into Parliament, it is called the Parliamentary Oath, they can do it two ways, by oath, or by affirmation.
- Oath – To swear on a holy book, and pledge allegiance to the Queen, her heirs and successors
- Affirm – To pledge allegiance to the Queen, her heirs and successors without their being a religious element.
The MP holds the book in their right hand and reads from a script on a sheet provided.
There are certain rules for this where the Qur’an is concerned, as the Qur’an cannot be touched by non-Muslims due to them being being regarded as spiritually unclean, this is in the shari’ah, I explain more about that here.
As you will see in the video below, Javid chose to use the Qur’an to be sworn into parliament and you may also notice only he will pick it up.
Listen carefully and you will hear Javid whispering his request for the Qur’an as his book of choice.
“Yes of course, would you like to pick it up yourself”
As a comparison here is a video of Theresa May being sworn in with the bible on the same day in 2017.
Full video here.
If you watch any videos of MPs being sworn into Parliament you will notice all books can be touched, other than the Qur’an. In fact the bible and all other books are handed to the MP.
The Qur’an is always kept in the same place on the table, it is within in a slip case to prevent any non-Muslim accidently touching the book itself; although touching the slip case is avoided at all costs too.
I will show you two videos of Muslim MPs being sworn in.
Mohammed Afzal Khan, first Manchester Muslim MP (Gorton) Shadow Minister for Immigration.
Mohammed doesn’t take the Qur’an out the slip case, but he does kiss the Qur’an. He says these words before his oath
“Bismillah, ar-Rahman, ar-Rahim.”
(In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.)
Sadiq Khan, Sadiq removes it from the slip case in this instance.
And just in case you are not convinced, here are some pictures of the books on the table.
Notice the placement of Qur’an is always the same.
I will go back to the beginning of this article where Javid said,
“I’m not practising.”
“My own family’s heritage is Muslim. Myself and my four brothers were brought up to believe in God, but I do not practise any religion.”
Why did Javid choose the Qur’an to swear in? He stated he doesn’t read it. He could have affirmed, where no religion would be required.
The infiltration into government is a long term agenda of the Islamic Community. Within Islam it’s obligatory to strive to make Allah word highest in the land, some do it by the sword which is one of the best deeds to Allah, but others do it by political means, using our own democracies and legislation to further the goal of Islam.
Democracy is forbidden in Islam, however laws in Islam can be omitted to further the cause.
This is called Darura, which means “Necessity”.
It is a belief that Allah always knows a Muslims true intentions.
“He knows what is within the heavens and earth and knows what you conceal and what you declare. And Allah is Knowing of that within the breasts.” (64.4)
This a video of Lord Nazir Ahmed in Pakistan talking about using the House of Lords to further the cause of Islam.
“I am the first Muslim which entered the House of Lords with a Qur’an in his hands.”
Lord Ahmed said he fought to see his demands (for Pakistani Muslims) met.
In 2009 Geert Wilders had a planned viewing of his film at Parliament, it was called “Fitna”. Fitna was a short film to show the Qur’an verses and beliefs of Islam were being used to commit terrorism. Lord Ahmed allegedly threatened to have ten thousand Muslims march on Parliament if it was shown.
Ten thousand is a significant number in Islam as it was the amount recorded when Muhammad and companions marched to Mecca for conquest.
Muhammad conquered Mecca by Jihad in the month of Ramadan, which is partly why you will see more Jihad during Ramadan. In addition to this, the verse about being spiritually unclean and being prohibited to visit Mecca is said to have been “revealed” at this point. Directly after this verse is the order to fight those who do not believe in Allah, they must convert, submit and pay the Jizyah, or they will be fought (9/29).
Read about this here.
Lord Ahmed’s demands were met and Geert Wilders was refused entry to the UK, due to a breach of the peace and a security issue.
In this video you will see Liberal Democrat at the Peace and Unity conference in 2008, asking for Muslim leaders to come forwards.
Make sure you watch to the end of the video where you will see the white flag of Victory being waved by Muslim women.
This is a video where the former MP (Shahid Malik, for Dewsbury 2008), laid out the goal at the same Peace and Unity conference.
Full video here.
“Insha’ Allah we will have a Muslim Prime Minister in thirty years”
The British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia – Simon Collins – converted to Islam a number of years ago and it was announced in Parliament he had completed Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca).
Here is the video.
The Lord Mayor of the British Capital – Sadiq Khan – is a Muslim.
We now have a Home Secretary who is Muslim and the next rung up the ladder is to the top, British Prime Minister.
The current Prime Minister held the role of Home Secretary previous to her becoming Prime Minister.
Javid appears to say all the right things – that is if one wasn’t to look deeper – and he could turn out to be alligned to our government and might forget his obligations to Islam.
This is unlikely as this is not permitted in Islam and evidence shows Javid is still very much in submission.
There is another possibility, Javid could be the softener, the one to soften the hearts and to break down barriers paving the way for another Muslim leader.
Paving the way for one who displays complete submission, one who kisses the Qur’an in Parliament, such as one like current MP Mohammed Afzal Khan when he pledged these words in Parliament before taking the oath,
“Bismillah, ar-Rahman, ar-Rahim”
(In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
© Islamic Blueprint-JA Statham 2018
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