Posters issuing a fatwa against Home Secretary, Theresa May have appeared in South London, prompting an investigation by Scotland Yard.
The Metropolitan Police are seeking the source of the posters, which claim the fatwa has been issued 'for the abduction, kidnapping and false imprisonment' of various radical clerics. In other words, as a protest against high-profile Muslims serving time in British prisons.
High-profile Muslims such as Khalid al Fawwaz, 48, a Saudi Arabian with links to Osama Bin Laden who is currently fighting extradition to the U.S. on allegations of terrorism.
It also defends hook-handed cleric Sheikh Abu Hamza who is detained while awaiting extradition to the U.S., and Abu Qatadah - 'a loving father and an ailing elderly man'.
The posters appeared at the same time as the Home Secretary announced in Parliament controversial reforms of control orders for terrorism suspects.
The posters have been spotted on phone boxes, bus shelters and walls in Balham and Tooting and are being treated 'as graffiti' by Wandsworth Council.
'As soon as we see them or they are reported they will come down.' said a spokesman for the council.
No sympathy for Theresa May
When Theresa May became Home Secretary, she could have thrown out the anti-British Equalities Bill but she chose to push it through Parliament.
The Equalities Bill was drawn up by white-apologist and Labour crank Harriet Harman.
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