Thursday, June 17, 2010

MPAC Offline


Liam "Mujaahid" Egan and the Fascist Muslim Public Affairs committee have gone offline. Egan the radical Muslim convert who I blogged about here, here, here and here is Ireland's most prominent Muslim extremist who has in recent times led a campaign of agitation designed at creating tension and ultimately unrest between Muslims and non Muslims. I suppose it is possible that his Saudi backers decided he was a liability and cut off his funding or perhaps the Irish government made a complaint to Riyadh over his constant hate speech. In any case I doubt he will be gone for long. He first appeared in the blogosphere on the site Gorey Muslim Community before promoting himself from community to Association with the MPAC. He will no doubt reappear in the future in some grander arena where he will fraudulently claim to represent the voice of Islam in Ireland.

15 comments:

Garland said...

Their Youtube channel is gone too it seems. Curioser and curioser

Ted Leddy said...

Garland

Indeed, the plot thickens. Perhaps he will show up as a third party candidate in the Fine Gael leadership contest.

Paul said...

Five will get you ten that the MPAC (a transnational body of which Egan was a part) pulled the plug. He embarrassed them. The more nuanced (but more as less as extreme) UK branch MPACUK would distance themselves from him. They don't like it when some numpty shoots his mouth off and embarrasses them by being open about their agenda.

Garland said...

Paul,

I think you're half right in that the UK parent site had abandoned them but I think that happened quite some time ago. The more recent dissapearance seems to coincide with the flop that was their Belgian embassy protest. My guess is that whatever other sponsor he had finally realised that Liam has no communications talent whatsoever which makes him useless for propaganda

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

Interesting ! I had not considered this. It does seem the most plausible explanation for his disappearance. I checked out the MPACUK website and it clearly is more media conscience than the Irish version run by Egan which seems to take pleasure out of insulting the Irish nation at every opportunity. Where as MPAC.ie appears open about its contempt for liberal society and the left wing agenda the British version seems willing to form an unofficial moral alliance with the far left. It makes sense that Egan's overt radicalism might have become a liability to MPACUK.

Ted Leddy said...

Garland

Good point. Egan's post about the Muslim "Lions roaring" in Donnybrook at the protest outside the Belgian embassy was comical. The media reported less than 30 people at the event. There were more people at my last birthday party. Even the most radical militant has some sense of the need for good PR. Liam Egan did not have such a sense.

Paul said...

Thought it wouldn't be long before he turns up again. Check him out here (or at least a like minded cretin):

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/ireland/article6917485.ece

I really hope that guy is granted his wishes...

Paul said...

Blogger is a pain at times here is the link:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/ireland/article6917485.ece

Garland said...

Paul,

No that's Terrence "Khalid" Kelly. Another goon who got some airplay even on the Late Late a few years back who joined up with Anjem Choudry's crew after abandoning his girlfriend and child in London. A drunken loser turned Islamist bigmouth, he hasn't been heard from in years

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

Thanks for the link.

Ted Leddy said...

Garland/Paul

I can't believe it. Khalid Kelly. I haven't heard anything from him in years. I actually met the guy during a debate at Trinity College. It was a long time ago. He was over with Anjem Choudrey's "Al Muhajiroun" (I think it was) participating in a lively debate on Islam. I had a good 15 minute chat with him afterward. He was a likable enough kinda fella if you could get past the hilarity of the thick Dublin accent and the full Islamic dress. I had a reasonable enough discussion with him about Afganistan (I think this was prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq) and I remember thinking that his views were not much more radical than what you would hear from your average leftist. But when we moved on to Israel, that's when he started foaming at the mouth. Even though this was before my conversion to the right. I knew I was talking to an absolute mad man.

yusuf mirza said...

This should not be taken as an opportunity to gloat. Allah is everything and I am nothing.


A few weeks ago MPAC.ie, the Wahabi hate site reached the summit of abuse and bigotry when they (he; one man) openly on their site, for want of a better word, celebrated the massacre of almost 90 Ahmadi Muslims in Lahore, Pakistan. Their bodies were still being counted and they (mpac.ie) could hardly contain their joy at the misery of their fellow human beings. He (Liam Egan) personally sent eireislam the message “yes, finally they got it” on the news of the massacre. I (Yusuf Mirza) feeling personally upset and shocked at what can only be called evil and satanic behavior, having full faith in my God challenged him to pray with me that the one who has fallen on to the wrong path, that Allah T’la should punish them in this very world. He (Liam) accepted.

I felt just a short time later that I should not have done this as I am a nothing and who am I to chalange in the name of Allah T'la. I became afraid of the displeasure of Allah. I prayed very hard that night and I cried very much for the shaheeds of Ahmadiyyat and prayed for Allah to stop this MPAC.ie Mullah from insulting his Shaheeds. After that I felt peace in my heart and left everything to the will of Allah T'la.

Just a few days later MPAC.ie was shut down along with their YouTube channel. MPAC.ie which was in ascendancy has been removed from the scene utterly and completely. What happened? Allahu Alm! I don’t know but one thing is for sure 'God is great!

Paul said...

Your comments Re Kelly are interesting. I remember chairing a debate at Uni as part of the critical legal group. One of the Muslims present was a very likeable guy. But then he started to talk of his disdain for 'man made laws'. I politely countered that all laws are manmade and always have been. He was taken aback but then went on to the pending US operation against Iraq (this was 2002). He stated that it was simple to stop it, all that was necessary was for the Armies of Turkey and other Muslim countries to amass in Iraq (pure B52 fodder but there you are)and the Americans would be defeated. He was quite upset when I pointed out that had been tried before with the Arabs and Israel in 1967/73. He then got quite agitated. But it's interesting, here was an intelligent, young man but wedded to barking mad views. There are a lot like him.

I'll tell you one thing about Kelly and his ilk. He'll talk the talk but once he's lifted by the Pakistan police and ends up in Guantanamo. His rhetoric will go to pure victimhood and the BBC and other liberal outfits will dine out on it. Whilst ignoring his culpability.

Ted Leddy said...

Yusuf

Thank You for your articulate and passionate comment. For me, Egan's reaction to the Lahore massacre was where he crossed the line from eccentric to displaying genuine signs of evil.

I admire your attempt to reach out to him but in my opinion he is beyond redemption.

The power of Prayer is an issue which I am not quite convinced of although not altogether disbelieving. So who knows, perhaps it did contribute to the demise of MPAC.ie.

By the way, I read in The Irish Times today about the opening of the Ahmadiyah Mosque in Galway. May I offer Gubu World's best wishes for you all.

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

Interesting story. It is true, such people can get very upset when they are confronted by logic.

"His rhetoric will go to pure victimhood and the BBC and other liberal outfits will dine out on it. Whilst ignoring his culpability".

This is true. The worst thing about it is that the jihadist know it and take this fact into account before making decisions. Extremist use the left for their own purposes. A great example is the recent letter written by the Iranian ambassador to the Irish Times which I quoted in last weeks post. He goes out of his way to praise the Irish flotilla activists. It turns out that the captain of one of the ships, Irishman Derek Graham even met with the Iranian Foreign minister when he was in Dublin last week. What a propaganda victory for Tehran.