Cameron apologises for calling imam IS supporter David Cameron made the comments in the led up to the Mayoral elections
Eastern Eye Staff
British Prime Minister David Cameron has apologised to an imam after wrongly branding him a supporter of the Islamic State jihadist group. Cameron used a rare parliamentary device to set the record straight, having made the accusation in the lower House of Commons. In the run-up to the London mayoral election won by opposition Labour candidate Sadiq Khan, Conservative leader Cameron on two separate occasions said Khan had repeatedly shared a platform with the imam. “Sulaiman Ghani, Mr Khan has appeared on a platform with him nine times. This man supports IS,” Cameron said. IS is also known by the…
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