by Laura Stuart
Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Hasan Afzal is suffering from “self hatred”. You can read about him here and here. Although Hasan Afzal claims to be a friend of Jews and Israel we have yet to hear his opinion on Neturei Karta the Torah Faithful Jews. Afzal is also on the team of The Freedom Association whose rather questionable strategy to engage students i found on their website.
Free Spirits events are also held at University campuses across the country and at party conference fringes. At Universities, as well as offering excellent speakers, we also provide a free drink to each student who attends. In this way, students can hear top speakers and discuss freedom issues, whilst enjoying a drink.
Free Spirits: Free Thinking, Free Drinking and Freedom of Speech
Anyway, what we do know is that Hasan Afzal stands for free speech. Here he is clearly telling us that we need in order to stand up against censorship and intolerance . . .
Yet Hasan Afzal’s website, which is called Stand for Peace, appears to work solely for the interests of the Zionists who want to oppress free speech whenever it goes against their total-domination agenda. Here is Afzal’s latest piece published on 16th March and picked up immediately on the rabid Zionist, Islamophobia award winning, pro-war blog Harry’s Place. Are Patrick Mercer MP and the College of Law about to legitimise an extremist?
Afzal then writes
It then comes as a surprise to the staff of StandforPeace that Patrick Mercer MP of Newark is to share a platform with Asim Qureshi of Cageprisoners. They are to talk about ‘terrorism legislation’ at the College of Law, Moorgate on Monday 19th March. Asim Qureshi is amongst the worst extremists in Britain. The organisation he works for, Cageprisoners, is notorious for promoting extremists and apologias for terrorists, including those tried and convicted in open courts.
These words are not the words of a Muslim. Terminology as “share a platform” and “legitimise” come directly from the Zionist handbook on how to stifle what might not be good for the Jews/Zionists.
So, just who are the staff of Stand for Peace?
If, as Afzal claims, Asim Quershi is an apologist for terrorists and a promoter of extremists,then who better to talk about terrorism? Perhaps Asim might get the chance to talk about the terrorising of civilians in Palestine, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen and Pakistan by the rogue states of the United States and Israel. Since Afzal says he believes in free and fair debate can we then look forward to a debate between himself and Asim Qureshi?
Last night Afzal posted a piece on Harry’s Place with no explanation or comment on the gassing of the Kurds in Halabja – a shocking massacre of Iraqi Kurds in 1988. This article “How Reagan armed Saddam with Chemical Weapons in Counterpunch is essential reading on the subject. Surely Hasan Afzal, whose website is, after all, called Stand for PEACE, would be against the use of this terrible massacre as a justification of the Iraq war which killed an estimated two and a half million Iraqis? We cannot be sure, because he does not clarify his position and the blog where he is a guest poster is vehemently pro-war.