Vile terrorists set up Sharia courts in British jails and flog prisoners

Two of London's most notorious prisons allegedly have Sharia courts set up by inmates inside.

According to anti-terror specialist Sir Jonathan Hall, lags at Belmarsh and Whitemoor prisons – and possibly others – have been taken over by certain “charismatic…self-styled emirs”.

He made the comments in his review of how terrorism is being dealt with inside prisons.

Sir Jonathan also claimed that prison staff are unable to do their jobs properly because they are “worried about making false assumptions based on a lack of cultural familiarity with Islam or Muslims”.

And if any fellow prisoners are found to be making, what the Sharia court “judges” deem to be comments which fall foul of their rules, there are enforcers on hand to “flog them” and make them do “menial tasks” such as cleaning ceilings – they are also banned from using the showers and kitchens unless they stick to a halal diet.

The prison currently houses Baz Hockton who tried to murder a guard in 2020, as well as Sir David Amess MP's murderer Ali Harbi Ali.

London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan also served a sentence there before killing two people in a terror attack in November 2019.

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said that religious and cultural sensitivities “must not be allowed…to deter us from clamping down and nipping in the bud early the precursor signs of radicalisation”.

He told LBC's Nick Ferarri: “That can be things like the step from eating halal, which of course we want to respect, to requiring others in their wings or kitchens to follow Sharia rules.

“I don't want any racism or anti-Islam behaviour inside prisons but our prison officers do the most incredible job.

“I will stand full square behind them but more than that – because warm words are not enough – we're providing them money, so we can target the real troublemakers, we have the facilities – we've got 28 separation centre places and we're only using nine at the moment.

“And we'll provide the legal protection through the 'bill of rights', which will replace the Human Rights [Act], which through its elastic interpretations has allowed people that present an extremist or terrorist threat being able to claim a right to socialise within the prison estate.”

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