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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd November 2015 13:27
www.unityinitiative.co.uk/index.html

The Unity Initiative (TUI) is a specialist Interventions Consultancy with the primary aim of dismantling reactionary absolutism, tackling violent extremism and promoting pluralism through the use of a pioneering, legitimate and unique methodology which combines sanctioned counter-narratives, behavioural and linguistic sciences as well as providing supportive mechanisms to vulnerable individuals and communities.

TUI was set up in August 2009 as a direct response to the need for an authorised presence within the field of high-end interventions. TUI's reputation grew primarily for taking on the most challenging cases and successfully addressing them.

TUI is distinctive in the following ways:

Unparalleled knowledge and experience-based legitimacy with 100% success rate.

Dismantling reactionary absolutism, tackling violent extremism and promoting pluralism.

Exceptionally qualified team members with high-calibre theoretical and practical accredited expertise.

Trust, confidentiality and sensitivity are pillars of the relationships that TUI develops.

Tailored approach ensuring maximal efficiency and effectiveness.

Further details regarding TUI's distinctive approach can be found throughout this site.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 14:02
could it be said all the advisors in the team are considered sufis
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 14:50
I don't think these guys will be successful. It seems like a goofi-sufi/brelvi inititive. Brelvis have always been far from activism so I don't know how they will ever be successful in such inititives. Also is it not slightly worrying that the scholars they have amongst their advisers includes habib ali al jifri the person who supported the coup against the ikhwan and is an apologist of the Egyptian regime. The advisers mostly don't reside in the UK. Also with all due respect why would so-called extremists or those inclined to such views want to listen to a lady who does not even fulfil the conditions of hijab...am I missing something?
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 15:52
mr USMAN RAJA

The foundation of his practical experience derives from having worked at the very grassroots of the various strands of the Muslim communities for over 13 years in which time he addressed and tackled issues such as first-generation organised crime and the Jihadist deviant sub-culture ingrained within it. This ranged from murderous gang violence, mass distribution of illegal drugs through to financial fraud. He regularly received community-based referrals and began tackling issues such as professional criminality, gang crime, drug/alcohol abuse, violent extremism and reactionary absolutism amongst others.

He then consulted for the Quilliam Foundation, delivering ideological training for Imams, analysing counter-extremism strategy within both the correctional system and grassroots communities as well as lecturing for the UK Defence Academy, Granta and at the Limmud Conference before leaving to pursue a more practical approach through TUI.

A student of the world-renowned Islamic scholar Shaykh Ali Abdul Qadir al-Tahiri, he was able to learn and gained authorisation (Ijaza) to teach Islamic Behavioural Science.

Another aspect of his profile is his international recognition as a professional championship trainer in the sports of Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts which provides a platform that has been utilised for youth projects run in association with local councils and other community groups across the country.

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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 15:56
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and to be respected as scholars and more
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2015 19:00
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Seems like another initiative set up to hustle Money from the governments prevent strategy programme...But at the same time, using the names of gullible but well meaning Scholars to give it legitimacy.

Just another version of Quilliam Foundation, these type of organisations seem to be emerging a dime a dozen, each competing to get some money from the home office. It looks pretty ease as well just rent an office give your organisation a sophisticated sounding name...Tell the Neo-cons and Islamaphobes in the government what they want to hear. Agree with all the governments propaganda. Hey presto and receive a nice fat check in return.

In the mean time do immeasurable damage to the Muslim community, by promoting counter productive Islamaphobic policies.



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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 05:29
So we have a group who wants to benefit in recession times.
Done.
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Can some one give us a run down on Majid Nawaz?
Sitting in India it is not easy to get an accurate assessment of personalities in foreign environments.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 08:16
For those in the u.k or London im sure they can meet usman raja personally in his muay thai gym or ask questions on the website form

I'm sure we all agree it is not good to judge and label anyone

And anyone who tackles salafi takfeeris in London gets my full support.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:02
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He states he consulted for the Quilliam foundation, in my book thats worse then being a Salafi Takfiri .
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:21
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Nothing to say about Maajid. He is a waste man insulter of the prophet sallahualahiwaslaam. He knows how to make money though by slinging mud at the Muslim community
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:28
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This is the whole point. A guy like Usman Raja and his ilk will not be able to persuade salafi takfeeris. Why would a salafi takfeeri listen to him? Rather people who could persuade salafi takfeeris are orthodox Muslims of salafi leanings/deobandis etc. His mentor Shaykh Ali is heavily brelvi leaning and all the people mentioned are mostly brelvi inclined who work in brelvi masjids. How do they expect to make an impact when they have no legitamacy amongst the salafi/deobandi community. It is a nice way of making money. One of the persons usman Raja claims to have helped and made a big hooha in the past is someone who lives a few minutes away from me. I can tell you that Usman had little or no impact on the person except taught the person some martial arts. The person did not leave the salafi way and is currently in prison. So much for his 100% success rate.

I live in London and your whole thinking needs to change. I am assuming you live in some Northern village where you have not been exposed to salafis. I can tell you that people like Usman will have zilch impact except they will be able to milk the government like Qulliam.
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:41
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Maajid Nawaz was a senior student activitist for Hizb ut Tahrir, in 2001 he went to Egypt was arrested for his political activities. Sentenced to 5 years on Terrorism.

In 2007 he renounced his association with Political Islam, and along with another former member of Hizb Ut Tahrir ED Hussain co-founded a so called counter-extremism think tank, called the Quilliam Foundation this Foundation almost totally funded by the British government as a Propaganda tool.

He and his friend Ed Hussain, also coined the phrase "Islamism" a derogatory term for anyone who stands up in defence of Islam and muslims.

In the subsequent years the Qulliam Foundation has become Notorious for being anti-Islam, attacking Islam and muslims consistently, offering support and strategic policy advice to the government on how to oppress Muslims, on how to inject the "progressive secular modernist ideology into the muslim community" any individual or group who does not agree with this so-called pro-gressive modernism is labelled an extremist, by Majid Nawaz and his organisation that includes Deobandi, Tablighi, ahle Hadith, Barelvi, Jaamt e Islami et al.

It has been rumoured for years that whilst in an Egyptian prison, he became an atheist, and that he also had some homosexual relationship... He has admitted in his book that upon his release from prison he had numerous sexual encounters amongst them a relationship with a man called Jeremy.

The infamous Bangladeshi, writer and apostate Tasleema Nasreen, mentioned that he admitted to her that was a fellow atheist.

So Majid Nawaz is an alleged Atheist pretending to be a Muslim, to give his organisation legitimacy. This is major phenomenon in the west Murtaads and Former Muslims still pretending to be muslim so they can attack Islam from within. There are loads of them across America/Canada and Europe Maajid Nawaz is amongst their elite.

Last year during Ramadhan, he was filmed in Strip Dancing Club, hiring women to Dance Naked for him., He then claimed that he is a non-devout muslim.

So basically this guy is waging an ideological war against Islam, and Islamic teachings and he is highly funded by the British Government, he has also become very popular amongst the Neo-cons and Islamaphobes in America they highly praise and endorse him he has even co-autored a book with Sam Harris a fanatical Islam Hater, has been endorsed by Bill Maher amongst others, he encourages the right of non-muslims to draw cartoons and ridicule and mock The Prophet (saw) etc.

He supports the promotion of zinah and homosexuality amongst the Muslim community as a tool to defeat, "islamism" etc.











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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:48
The Quilliam foundation is a joke, just look at it's people

Tahir Qadri (the man who has never lied) he does work for them
Usama Hassan (who said we evolved from apes)
Majid Nawaz (disgrace)
to name just a few, need one say more?
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:52
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You forget Ed Hussain who changed his name from Muhammad to Ed...So Mr. Ed will go to an extremist and say Hi I'm Ed please stop your extremist behaviour you salafi takfiri. Salafi takfiri will say Ed is that short for Edward? Are you a dancing sufi or a kafir? Fairytale script of fighting extremism...We are onto a winner
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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 5th November 2015 09:56
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He probably spelt it with an ed (Mohammed) but if he spelt it with an ad (Muhammad) then we should refer to him as Mad.

I didn't want to mention his name, he is an insult to the Prophet (saw) since he despises his name.
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