The rise of the Muslim politician in the West imperils free societies

London is falling down — and its disturbing Islamification is a lesson to the free world.

The British capital’s new mayor is a Pakistani-Muslim politician with alleged ties to convicted terrorists, radical preachers, gay bashers, and Jew haters — and his first official act was to stick his nose in the presidential election and smear Donald Trump’s proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S.

America’s business is no affair of Mayor Sadiq Khan, who should stop trying to subvert voters in another country, and corrode the type of political system that made his election possible — in a hemisphere the polar opposite of his ancestral one, where people chant death to America and Britain.

Hizzoner however is very much the business of liberty lovers for his freedom-failing contradictions:

• Khan says he is a “proud feminist” but he shared the stage with five Islamo-radicals — including a Hamas backer and an Islamic State-supporting imam at a political forum in April that segregated women.

• Khan vows to “take the fight to the extremists” but as a former lawyer he acted as a consultant to 9-11 “20th hijacker” Zacharias Moussaoui — imprisoned for life in 2006 for his role in killing nearly 3,000 people — and blamed British government policy for the July 7, 2005 London suicide bombings.

• Khan admires the Islamic financial system, but his praise of a largely underground institution that bans business with such “haram” or forbidden industries as pig farming and booze production raises concerns about his agenda as a powerful politician with unlimited access to taxpayer cash.

The rise of the Muslim politician in the West is inevitable, thanks to progressive Judeo-Christian values powering democracies, but the future of our free societies is at risk if Muslim electeds reject Islamo-reformation, and continue moralizing from the bully pulpit while gratifying their cultural need for victimhood.

Mayor Khan’s historic election as the first Muslim to lead a major Western city is a ground-breaking opportunity for him to repair his community’s fallen image, and pioneer a peace movement that strikes terrorists in their hearts and lairs. But first he must cut out the Islamo-lunacy.

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