See this is another example of the lengths that Labour will go to in an effort to win votes. This is shocking but they don't care they have absolutely no principles. You couldn't make this up could you - she is claiming there is no ISIS and has now been given a key council role in protecting kids from radicalisation
seriously read that again - she claims there is no proof that ISIS exist and she is now getting paid to protect kids from radicalisation
i'm sorry but this is the labour party for you... none of their supporters will say anything though... i'm sure she has the full backing from Corbyn with the views she has expressed in her tweets. Like words fail me... I'm thinking this must be made up but nope there it is people...deary me...but labour have done a full investigation and she took down the tweets so all is okay
and people vote for this lot.
https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/m ... f-14804493
Councillor who said 'no proof' ISIS exists now helping protect kids from radicalisation
05:30, 20 JUN 2018UPDATED07:24, 20 JUN 2018
MPs endorse Labour council candidate who claimed ISIS doesn't exist
A Labour councillor suspended as a school governor after claiming there was ‘no proof’ that ISIS exists has won a key council role – helping protect the city’s children from radicalisation.
Safia Akhtar Noor had also previously posted on Facebook that people should ‘grow up and stop pointing fingers’ after the Westminster terror attack which left five dead.
She was suspended as a governor by Yew Tree Community School in Witton, which said her statements had breached its code of conduct – and later resigned her role of governor.
Yet despite the controversy sparked by her comments, the law student was allowed by Labour to stand in May’s local elections, where she won a seat for Small Heath.
She is known as Councillor Akhtar in municipal circles, and in council papers.
Now, it has been revealed Councillor Akhtar has been appointed to the Children’s Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
“It is shocking to think that the Labour administration would appoint Councillor Akhtar, of all the ones available, to this scrutiny committee.” he said.
“Although she has apologised for saying they [her social media postings] should have been worded more carefully, they still represent her views.
“Considering that the school at which she was a governor suspended her, saying her comments breached its code of conduct, it beggars belief that Labour think it appropriate for her to oversee safeguarding of children, including protecting them from the threat of radicalisation.”
On March 22 last year Birmingham terrorist Khalid Masood mowed down innocent victims on Westminster bridge, killing four, before stabbing police officer Keith Palmer to death.
On the same day Ms Noor posted on Facebook: “Can people relax and stop fighting on Facebook? Sadly people died in Westminster today but people die
everyday in Syria, Palestine, Africa, Rohingya, Kashmir.. Need I carry on?!!
“Grow up and stop pointing fingers!”
Birmingham Labour candidate apologises after saying 'no proof' that ISIS exists
In another message posted the same day only to her followers, Ms Noor said:
“Terrorist attack ... and even the terrorist died?!
“Let me guess, he was a Muslim!”
On March 27 last year, she commented on a Guardian article which carried the headline ‘Westminster attacker Khalid Masood had interest in Jihad - police’.
Ms Noor posted to her followers: “So someone got stabbed after the attack last week as a result of media and government claiming that SO CALLED ISIS HAD CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY.
“There is no ISIS and there is no proof.”
But Birmingham Labour Group Party secretary, Councillor Martin Straker-Welds, said:
“The Labour Party undertook a preliminary investigation that revealed not only that the posts had been removed very shortly after being posted but that Ms. Akhtar had also issued a statement where she offered an unreserved apology and condemned all terrorist acts.
“Councillor Akhtar has our full support.