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    Posted: March 28 2015 at 9:41pm
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A few weeks three “British” schoolgirls made international headlines ago by traveling to Syria to join the Islamic State and wage jihad in the path of Allah.

One of the girls is named Amira Abase. Her father is Hussen Abase, although in some media accounts he is referred to as “Abase Hussen”, which is very confusing. In any case, after the news about his daughter broke, Mr. Abase or Mr. Hussen presented himself to the British media as a bewildered “moderate” Muslim who had no idea how his dear daughter had fallen in with a bad crowd and developed “extremist” views.


In an extraordinary exchange at the home affairs select committee, Mr Hussen, who was with the families of the other two girls, denied even knowing what Islamic radicalisation was.

[…]

He said: ‘I strongly disagree with the letter being given to 15-year-old girls. The word “police” by itself and “terrorism” or “counter-terrorism”, as global issues — it is a heavy burden for a 15-year-old to deal with that. We also feel that we are neglected as parents.
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What the MPs were not told was that Mr Hussen was caught on camera in one of a wave of demonstrations that took place across the world in September 2012.

Thousands had taken to the streets to protest against an obscure film called Innocence of Muslims, criticised for ridiculing Islam.

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Last night members of the Commons committee expressed their shock and astonishment over Mr Hussen’s activities.

Labour MP Ian Austin said: ‘It is extraordinary that this man blamed the police, the Government, the school, the Turkish government and everyone else for his daughter’s decision to go to Syria but failed to mention his own involvement in an appalling Islamist rally. Perhaps the committee should invite Mr Hussen back so he can explain what he was doing.’

I can’t wait to hear his explanation. Maybe he’ll bring his teddy bear with him when he testifies.

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