Muslim group calls for “Ramadan Jihad” against Trump, May, Farage

A UK group claiming to fight against “Islamophobia”, who calls themselves the Muslim Public Affairs Council UK (MPACUK) has posted an advertisement on Twitter asking for donations to help launch a “Ramadan Jihad.”

The tweet was posted Monday, May 29, at 1:30 ET, and includes the heading, “The best Jihad is the world of Justice in front of the oppressive ruler.”

“This Ramadan, help us fight the good fight! Money = Manpower = Action. It’s that simple!” the advertisement reads.

The graphic advertisement includes pictures of the heads of President Trump, Brexit leader Nigel Farage, UK Prime Minister Theresa May, and UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Breitbart reports that the group is believed to be spearheaded by Labour Party consort Raza Nadim, who has defended Al Qaeda terrorists.

The twitter post links back to a fundraising page for MPACUK, which is asking for money to promote Islam and fight against Islamophobia.

Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (MPACUK) has been in the UK political scene for 17 years, with a strong record of successful campaigns in defending Muslim civil liberties and tackling Islamophobia in the media.

We are fundraising for the next phase of building the “Anti-Islamophobia Nerve Centre”– a dedicated space to systematically challenging Islamophobic discrimination and narratives through campaigns, research, workshops, and educating our communities to do the same.

The group touts achievements it has accomplished, including producing “36 videos on Islamic history and current political commentary reaching hundreds of millions around the world” and launching “national workshops, educating Muslims to pro-actively challenge anti-Muslim propaganda across the UK.”

In his “Ramadan address” posted on the White House website, President Trump challenged Muslims to fight against Islamic terror around the world.

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