Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Dhimmitude 1940

It's been going on a long time ... here we have a proposal, on 18 October 1940 (click to enlarge), to donate up to £100,000 (£10 million in today's money) towards building a mosque in central London. At the height of the Blitz, with the bombed-out homeless struggling for survival, it was considered by the War Cabinet in 24 October, and approved in principle. This is how the Regents Park Mosque came into being.