British Former PM Unveiled The Plan Of His Country To Spread Takfiri Cult

WICKLOW, IRELAND - MAY 12: Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair addresses the media after attending the European People's Party (EPP) Group Bureau meeting at Druids Glen on May 12, 2017 in Wicklow, Ireland. Brexit and negotiating objectives will top the agenda at the meeting alongside the unique circumstances regarding the hard border issue between northern and southern Ireland, the only physical border between the United Kingdom and Europe. Mr Blair has signaled a return to politics in light of the Brexit vote. The meeting also features European Commission Brexit chief negotiator Michel Barnier. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

British former PM Tony Blair emphasized that his country should pursue more precise policies on religious movements in the Middle East.

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Tony Blair said that the British government has faced a critical problem in the Middle East over the past two decades which is the influence of sharia and religion on governance of the countries. Iran is seeking to develop religious government among Muslims and beyond its borders. The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is the second deep-seated uprising for the formation of a religious government that, with its transformation and disappearance, it was partially marginalized.

He added that we decided to prevent the expansion of political Islam by spreading Wahhabi ideology. Wahhabism is a radical and traditionalist thinking that has created a major challenge within Muslims, with a focus on internal religious cleansing and excommunication (Takfir).

Tony Blair also said that the British government is surely sensitive to some of the extreme Islamic movements like the Muslim Brotherhood who are involved in the formation of government and the rejection of non-Muslims.

BBC reported that the Henry Jackson Society said there was a “clear and growing link” between Islamist organizations in receipt of overseas funds, hate preachers and Jihadist groups promoting violence.`

However, UK Prime Minister Theresa May even holds back to a recent report that confirms Saudi Arabia is funding Islamic extremism in the UK fearing that it may damage relations with their ally. She is under pressure to release Saudi terror funding report in near future.



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