A new video uncovered shows one of the Woolwich crazed jihadist Muslim extremists responsible for the murder of soldier Lee Rigby attending a Harrow demonstration organised by the far-left UAF, which has a Muslim extremist as its vice-chair.
The video was discovered by ITV and it shows Michael Adebolajo speaking at a UAF demonstration at Harrow Central Mosque on 11 September 2009, the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York.
In the video Michael Adebolajo can be heard saying, "Don't be scared of them, do not be scared of the police or the cameras. You are here only to please Allah. You're not here for any other reason, if you are here just for a fight, please leave our ranks. We only want those who are sincere to Allah. Purify your intention."
The demonstration had been organised by the far-left, anti-English UAF, whose vice-chair is the Muslim extremist Azad Ali.
Michael Adebolajo, the 'suspect' in the murder of Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby, speaking at a UAF demonstration in Harrow. The purple banner of the far-left, anti-English UAF (which is supported by British Prime Minister David Cameron) can be seen in the very left of the photo.
Weyman Bennett, joint secretary of UAF (who also happens to be a central committee member of the far-left Socialist Workers Party) accepted no responsibility for the violence of those taking part in his demonstration instead blaming it on the peaceful protest by SIOE that had ‘provoked’ them.
The Harrow Times reported that a statement on the SIOE website said that the senior police sergeant was worried that his officers could be killed by the UAF organised counter demonstrators if they had allowed the demonstration by Stop the Islamification of Europe (SIOE) to go ahead.
The UAF is given respectability by its long list of founding signatories, which includes British Prime Minister David Cameron, who has consistently failed to denounce the UAF’s violent attacks on political opponents including those using darts and claw hammers.
Digital Journal previously exposed the UAF for its use of violence when the English Defence League peacefully demonstrated in Walthamstow.
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