Life On Gilligan’s Island (Part 16)

When I visited Tower Hamlets Town Hall last week to verify Kennite’s claim that,

Two weeks after the extremist-backed politician, Lutfur Rahman, became mayor of Tower Hamlets, his council has placed CDs of sermons by an extremist Islamic preacher in its Town Hall.

I passed The New Statesman’s Mehdi Hasan who was leaving as I was arriving. I thought he might have just  interviewed the new Tower Hamlets mayor, Lutfur Rahman.  Turns out he had. You can read Hasan’s interview here. By the way, there were no CDs.

You can read the latest nonsense from Gilligan here.

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