Top Uni’s Islamic Society Gave out Leaflets Urging Terror Against West

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Durham University’s Islamic Society has been handing out booklets advocating terror, which were written by an Islamist preacher banned from the UK. Zakir Naik, who is wanted by counter-terror authorities in India for having inspired terror attacks, was refused entry to the UK in 2010 by then-Home Secretary Theresa May for making comments that were “on their face supportive of Osama bin Laden, anti-Jewish and otherwise unacceptable”. The preacher’s booklet, which was distributed during ‘Discover Islam Week’ in March, states that “every Muslim should be a terrorist to anti-social elements in society”. “Alcoholism” has driven Western countries to high levels of rape, molestation, incest, and AIDS, according to Naik, who writes that “a true Muslim” ought to be a terrorist to “such people”. The booklet, entitled Answers to Non-Muslims’ Common Questions about Islam, also claims Western culture has turned women into “concubines, mistresses, and social butterflies who are mere tools in the hands of pleasure seekers”. It also states that women should wear hijabs to “prevent them from being molested”. A stall erected for Discover Islam Week displayed a sign inviting non-Muslim students to “try a hijab”, according to photographs published by the student online newspaper The Tab. Western women’s