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While Klevius is forcing islam into a Human Rights corner, politicians support islamofascism

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Why is Michael Gove, the only PM candidate critical of Saudi Arabia, dismissed by his colleagues while sharia and Saudi supporting Theresa May is hailed?

Klevius again reports something that BBC missed:

The Tories now have a chance to get a decent PM - so why do they let the Saudi dictator family steer them?


Theresa May supports sharia and the Saudi dictator family while condemning the European Court of Human Rights. This fits perfectly with Saudi islamofascism. Do the British Tory voters really share her view?




The Home Secretary Theresa May agreed to the so-called ‘memorandum of understanding’ with her Saudi counter-part Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef

Human rights groups have expressed alarm at the secretive nature of the deal with a regime which has been condemned for its disastrous and extremist  Human Rights record.

Saudi Arabia - the country behind 9/11, Iraq atrocities, Syria atrocities, Bahrain atrocities, Yemen atrocities and the main supporter of islamic terror jihadism around the world, adopted a new "anti-terrorism" law that defines terrorism as words or actions deemed by the Saudi dictator family to be directly or indirectly “disturbing” to public order or “destabilizing the security of society.

A series of decrees promulgated by the Interior Ministry extended the definition further to include “calling for atheist thought” and “contacting any groups or individuals opposed to the Kingdom”, as well as “seeking to disrupt national unity” by calling for protests.

Both Liberal Democrats and Labour have called for Mrs May to provide details of the deal to Parliament and expressed concern that such an agreement should be done behind closed doors without any public scrutiny.

“Deals with nations like Saudi Arabia should not be done in secret,” said the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.

“Parliament should be able to hold ministers to account. It is time to shine a light onto the shady corners of our relationship with Saudi Arabia.”

“It is time we stood up for civil liberties, human rights and not turn a blind eye because the House of Saud are our ‘allies’”.

UK arms sales and personnel to Saudi Arabia also fuel ongoing Yemen etc. bloody wars the Saudi dictator family is directly responsible for.

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