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The Islamic Relief UK charity is planning to run a Transport for London (TFL) bus display advertising campaign on the side of its buses praising the blasphemous idol god Allah during Ramadan 2016.

There is a grotesque irony that TFL are now happy to take money for the promotion of a religion that has Jihad as it core philosophy and caused the 7/7 atrocity in London with destruction of its infrastructure, and murder of staff and customers.

Here is my letter of complaint to ExterionMedia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who are the advertising agency responsible for the bus adverts on behalf of TFL.

“I would like to register a complaint regarding the planned adverts on London Buses “Subhan Allah” as reported in the Daily Mail and Evening Standard.


The Islamic faith is based on an ideology of hatred to all infidels, that’s any non-Muslim, and is intrinsically anti-Semitic – this teaching is explicitly stated in the Koran and their traditional books. https://www.politicalislam.com/about/

Allah is the name of a moon god idol, followed by Muslims, which is used as the war cry “Allahu Akbar”in all Islamic attacks committed in the name of religious Jihad against London, the West and across the world. There is no merit in the psychopathic religion of Islam, which is at war against the West and is actively working to achieve global supremacy.

The advert is politically motivated in the promotion of creating an Islamic Caliphate in London under the guise of a charitable activity.

Islamic Relief has strong links to terrorism:

“Dr. Hani El-Banna, the co-founder of Islamic Relief, was formerly a trustee of Muslim Aid, a London-based charity which was previously a "partner organization" of the Al-Salah Islamic Association. The U.S. government has officially designated Al Salah a terrorist entity. A number of Bangladeshi commentator have accused Muslim Aid of funding the violent Islamist group Jamaat-e-Islami, while El-Banna was involved.”


Islam is a political movement with a pseudo religious context and therefore it would be illegal to have this advert displayed on London buses.

Islamic Relief has connections with terrorism and therefore TFL would be promoting and funding terrorism in displaying these adverts, which would be treasonous. Does TFL want to fund another 7/7?

I trust that you will now ban these political and terrorist motivated adverts from London buses.

Yours faithfully

Dr James B Waddell

'Christian Doctrine'

Bible Theology Ministries"