Monday, 16 August 2010
Muslim infiltration of the Conservative party

Cranmer has some good material on the Muslim infiltration of the Conservative Party in the form of the Conservative Muslim Forum here.

Muslim infiltration of the Labour Party

In March 2010 Channel 4 broadcast a Dispatches documentary ("Britain's Islamic Republic") about Muslim infiltration of the Labour Party in Tower Hamlets. It was based on the reporting of Telegraph journalist Andrew Gilligan.

Muslim infiltration of the Scottish National Party (SNP)

On 5 July 2010 the Herald carried this report about infiltration of the Scottish National Party (SNP) by Muslims. For reasons of political correctness, it did not describe the infiltrators as Muslims, saying only that they had "Asian surnames".

"The SNP has denied allegations of vote-rigging after its executive committee was forced to take action to prevent new members standing for election in the west of Scotland, following a sudden upsurge in membership in the region.

It emerged yesterday that the SNP’s national executive committee had become suspicious after hundreds of new members - most of whom are understood to have Asian surnames - suddenly joined the party in the west of Scotland just in time to vote for their preferred candidate in this summer’s selection process for the Holyrood race."

Muslim infiltration of the Scottish Conservative Party

On 16 August 2010 the Herald carried this report about Muslim infiltration of the Scottish Conservative Party in a bid to influence the candidate selection process.

"Senior Conservatives in Glasgow have raised the alarm over an alleged plot to influence the selection of party candidates.

Seven constituency chairmen and women have written to the party’s central office in Edinburgh about a mass sign-up of members linked to the newly-created One Nation Forum.

Mark McInnes, the director of the party in Scotland, is to meet the seven today to listen to their fears.

The forum was formed last year by businessman Majid Hussain in an attempt to improve links between ethnic minorities and the Scottish Tories, as well as to raise funds for the party.

However, senior Glasgow Conservatives are concerned that the forum may have signed up hundreds of members ahead of the candidate selections for next year’s Holyrood poll."

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