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Hardline Muslim clerics' books still publicly available
by Duncan Gardham
Books written by hardline Muslim clerics are still available in public libraries it can be disclosed, three years after they were first exposed.
Works by the jailed preacher Abdullah al-Faisal and the controversial Islamic leader Bilal Philips are available to borrow from the controversial Tower Hamlets council in East London.
The council leader Lutfur Rahman, has been accused of gaining power through his links with an organisation called the Islamic Forum of Europe, based at East London mosque, that secretly campaigns for an Islamic social and political order.
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