Monday, April 25, 2005

George Galloway threatened

Many radical Islamic groups are suspected of being run by the security services. Laskar Jihad is one example.

Some of the people accused of trying to rig elections on behalf of Blair's Labour Party appear to be Moslems.


British antiwar MP George Galloway has called for an inquiry into postal voting fraud in the coming UK election.

Now Galloway has received death threats from the radical Islamic group al-Muhajiroun.

Around 30 members of the group confronted him last week. Galloway is standing in a constituency with the fourth-largest Muslim population in Britain.

Galloway was previously set up by fake documents showing his alleged links to Saddam Hussein.


A judge investigating vote-rigging in Birmingham's local elections ruled there was widespread postal vote fraud.

Judge Mawrey said evidence of "massive, systematic and organised fraud" in the campaign had made a mockery of the election and ruled that not less than 1,500 votes had been cast fraudulently in the city.

Accused of vote fraud were three representatives of the Bordesley Green ward, Shafaq Ahmed, Shah Jahan and Ayaz Khan and three Aston representatives, Mohammed Islam, Muhammed Afzal and Mohammed Kazi.

Mr Mawrey ordered that none of the six councillors be allowed to stand for the vacant seats at the next election.

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