One of the clearest modern expressions of the Judeo-Islamic alliance in Britain is the Community Security Trust. This is a Jewish ethno-activist intelligence agency cum thug squad that receives millions of pounds in taxpayer funding each year. It also reliably churns out yearly anti-Semitism reports warning that “anti-Semitism is at an all-time high” despite the total absence of any serious physical attacks on Jews.
The CST, whose chairman is a convicted con man, is intimately involved in cementing the Judeo-Islamic alliance against the kuffar/goyim. For example, it advised on the creation of the Muslim advocacy group Tell Mama. Tell Mama was intended originally to just follow the Jewish model: count up (generously defined)
anti-Semitic Islamophobic incidents, issue reports warning about anti-Semitism Islamophobia, demand more money from the government and more laws to restrict the free speech of the goyim kuffar. But the Muslims went a bit too far. Their counting of “Islamophobic” incidents was just a little too excessive. It lost credibility and funding after Andrew Gilligan wrote a critique of its methodology in the Telegraph in 2013. Interestingly, the CST employs exactly the same methodology for its anti-Semitism reports but no journalist has ever dared to criticise that.
After Tell Mama’s credibility was blown, the Jews moved in and did a full-scale takeover to help get it back on track. Its chairman now bears the distinctly unIslamic name of Richard Benson, former chairman of the Community Security Trust and employee of Gerald Ronson, founding chairman of the Community Security Trust and convicted fraudster.
Here the taxpayer-financed Jews are working with the Muslims to beef up mosque security.
The Community Security Trust is helping to train mosques on security ahead of the month of Ramadan.
The new initiative by Faith Associates called ‘Mosque Security’ brings together the CST, Metropolitan Police Service and the West London Mosque Forum.
David Delew, chief executive of CST, said: “Religious communities up and down the country face varying security threats. CST has a long tradition of working with other faiths to improve their security, whether through advice or training, and will continue to do so whenever we can.
“When communities work together we are always stronger, and we are hopeful that this is a positive step towards deeper ties between our communities.”
The first session was delivered at Hayes Muslim Centre to Mosque managers, Imams, trustees and community volunteers, last week ahead of the religious month of fasting which begins next week.
Shaukat Warraich, chief executive of Faith Associates said: “The Finsbury Park attack highlighted the potential vulnerability of mosques and exposed the risks for faith communities and their institutions.
“The Mosque Security training programme should help our institutions refine their approach to security.
“We brought together partners from the Metropolitan Police and the Jewish Community, the CST, to share knowledge and experience in securing religious institutions.
“Everyone’s desire to help, advise and teach was helpful, and the lessons we learnt during these collective sessions will help protect all our communities for years to come.”