Italy: Hitler Admiring Migrant Imam Beats Little Children at Qur’anic School
- Posted by Amy Mek
- On December 1, 2019
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- Andrea Ostellari, AntiSemitism, Bangladesh, Giuseppe Conte, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hadith, Holocaust, Hossain Shahadat, Italy, League Party, Matteo Salvini, Padua, Quran, Via Jacopo
“You cannot integrate at all costs those who want to disintegrate our communities.”
Hossain Shahadat, a 23-year-old migrant Imam on a work permit from Bangladesh, will be deported from Italy after it was discovered he was physically and mentally abusing young children.
Shahadat was working at a Bangladeshi Islamic Cultural Center near Padua in northern Italy, teaching qur’an lessons to children between the ages of 5 to 10 years-old. In his classes, the children received corporal punishments for such things as failing to recite the Quran’s surahs. He hit them repeatedly with a stick and fists, slapping, tugging at them, pulling their ears, psychologically humiliating and threatening them.
In addition to the child abuse, a police investigation revealed, Shahadat is an admirer of Adolf Hitler. The Imam posted photos of Hitler on his Facebook profile. Police also uncovered pro-Nazi materials and “proposed that he may have also been teaching the young children antisemitic ideas.”
Both Islam and Nazism share anti-Jewish ideologies. The Imam’s embrace of Hitler and anti-Jewish sentiments are consistent with the Qur’an, Hadith and Suras since the advent of Islam. As reported by RAIR Foundation USA, during the Holocaust, Hitler allied with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem to exterminate Jews.
Paduan Senator of the League Party, Andrea Ostellari, called for the complete shutdown of the Islamic center and a thorough investigation into all the Islamic centers in the entire Italian province. Senator Osellari passionately stated,
You cannot integrate at all costs those who want to disintegrate our communities. The Italians have long understood this. Will the left ever get there? In the meantime, shameful events are repeated like those that occurred in Padua, where the imam of a mosque, who does not even have the legal requirements to call himself such, was arrested for violence against minors
Former Deputy Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini is the leader of Italy’s Conservative pro-legal immigration League Party.
Italy’s new leftist government is headed by socialist Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, who has kept his promise and reversed Salvini’s pro-borders, anti-illegal immigration stance. Conte continues to open Italy’s borders to radical foreign Imam’s and migrants who present both a security risk and economic strain on Italians. Sadly, the latest victims of the radical lefts policies in Italy are children.
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Video transcript: many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation.
“The Bangladeshi Cultural Center on Via Jacopo, Montagnana all’Arcella, is back in the news.
After the arrest on October 1 of one of the two teachers, 23-year-old Hossain Shahadat, for alleged psychological and physical abuse and damage of children from 5 to 10 years of age, the
Padua chief of police, Paolo Fassari, with the permission of the judge of preliminary investigation, has ordered the expulsion of a second imam of the Center, a 20-year-old from Bangladesh,
considered socially dangerous.
The young teacher is among those considered responsible for mistreatment and injury to some children during Islamic religious lessons and the publication of images of Adolf Hitler on his social profiles.
After a long investigation conducted by the police headquarters of Padua, coordinated by the Prosecutor’s Office, the man was accompanied to the detention center of Ponte Galeria in Rome
from where he will then be repatriated to Bangladesh.
The 21-year-old has already been subject to confinement in his home every day from 5pm to 8am, and to signing in daily.
But the agents, in addition to discovering the blows, the humiliation, and the threats to minors during the lessons, have also detected in the materials praising Nazism the danger of clear antisemitic and propagandistic substance.”