Last weekend, the Britain First South East brigade carried out a “day of action” in the Medway towns of Gillingham, Rochester and Chatham against mega mosque plans for the area.

Our activists visited all three towns giving out thousands of Britain First leaflets and carried a banner stating “No more mosques!”



Last week, news broke that an Englishman had been turned away from a cinema in Birmingham because he was not Muslim.

On Saturday, the West Midlands brigade of Britain First protested inside the “Star City” complex and confronted the manager of the cinema.

Afterwards, the team leafleting shoppers all around the entertainment complex.


Hexthorpe shot to fame recently when it was reported in the media that the small town on the outskirts of Doncaster had been completely inundated by Roma immigrants from Eastern Europe.

The influx was so severe, that the local residents threatened to riot if action wasn’t taken to control the anti-social behaviour of the young Roma immigrants.

Activists from Yorkshire, the East and West Midlands joined party leader Paul Golding and began a mass leafleting drive in the small area.

After only 10 minutes leafleting, our activists faced abuse and confrontation from an assortment of Roma and Muslims.

Booklet disseminated for free at Dundas Square recommends Muslims to recite prayers asking Allah’s help in defeating the disbelievers

The Toronto-based organization, called “Walk-In Islamic InfoCenter,” operates a Dawah (call to Islam) booth at Dundas Square in which its activists give away books, booklets and leaflets on Islam.

One of the these booklets is “Muslim Prayer Handbook For Beginners,” which explains the very basic prayers for Muslims.

The booklet, issued by Islamic Communication Trust (Pakistan), dedicated three prayers to the “Kafiroun,” meaning the disbelievers or infidels. The following are text of these two recommended prayers for Muslims

P. 4

“Du’a [prayer] to overcome enemies

“…Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and our transgressions, establish our feet firmly, and give us victory over the disbelieving people.” (3:147)

P. 13
“Say: O disbelievers! I worship not which yoy worship. Nor will you worship what which I worship. And I shall not worship that which you are worshiping. Nor will you worship that which I worship. to you be your religion, and to me my religion.” [109: 1-6]
“Note: The Prophet [Muhammad] PBUH used to recited Surah al Kafiroon [disbelievers] in the first rak’ah [an individual unit of prayer] andsurah Al-Ikhlas in the second rak’ah of the sunnah of Fajr (dawn) prayer (صلاة الفجر). (Muslim).”

P. 32

“For patience and endurance

“Our Lord! Bestow on us patience, make our foothold sure, and give us help against the disbelieving folk.” [2: 250]

Quebec Imam Ahmed Qandeel: apostates should be executed or jailed to death

Sheikh Ahmed Abdul Kader Qandeel (أحمد عبد القادر قنديل) serves since 2007 as the imam of al-Jisr Misque in Laval, Quebec. Of Egyptian descent Qandeel was in 1990-96 an imam of several mosques in Cairo and Alexandria and worked for 8 years as an imam, preacher and teacher for the Egyptian Ministry of Endowment. In Canada Qandeel (a.k.a. Kandil) worked as a teacher of Arabic language and Koran in private schools in Edmonton and Montreal and was for two years the imam of al-Rashid Mosque in Edmonton before moving to Laval.

The following are excerpts of Qandeel’s sermon that was titled “The Types of Apostasy” and given on May 12, 2013 at Alrawdah Mosque in Montreal (translated from Arabic):

“The apostasy and the meaning of apostasy… [i.e.] a man uttered the two testimonies. He said I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah, and he was pleased with the Sharia [Law] of Islam and was pleased with the constitution of Islam… whether he was born as a Muslim or became Muslim after being an infidel, and then removed this [Islamic faith] from his mind, [meaning] he removed from his mind the bond which he tied to his soul by disowning the religion as a whole or by disowning part of it or information regarding the religion that must be known [to Muslims]… meaning that you as a Muslim are being held as a person who knows this religion, i.e. that the prayer is a religious duty, that fornication is forbidden and is regarded in the religion of Allah a major sin, that theft is a major sin, that drinking wine is a major sin… you left the religion of Allah… meaning that a person who commits one of these deeds… turns apostate…

“The ruling on apostasy… the apostate must come to the [Muslim] judge or to the Imam of the Muslims… meaning the emir or the head [of the state] or the ruler… the meaning of the Imam in this context is that he [the apostate] should be brought to the emir or the head of the state or the judge who is in charge of Sharia [Islamic Law] affairs in the Islamic country…