Maldives: UK gives asylum to pro-Israel ex-President

MaldivesLogoWeb1[1]Last month, UK’s Israeli poodle David Cameron government gave political asylum to Maldives ex-president Mohamed Nasheed who was booted out in 2012 as result of mass protests against his corrupt regime and blind support for the Zionist regime.

In March 2015, Mohamed Nasheed received a 13-year jail sentence from a panel of three judges for his involvement in terrorism against the nation. Naturally, the sentence was condemned by the US and its “willing imperialist dogs” (UK, India, UN, AI, etc.). Nasheed was allowed to seek medical treatment for back-pain in United Kingdom. The move followed threats from the EU parliament and the UK of targeted sanctions against top government officials.

While in the UK, Nasheed was granted “political refugee status” by the British Home Secretary, Theresa May, a poodle of Zionism.

Home Minister Umar Naseer told local media that the government has not officially been informed of the former president’s political refugee status.

Since his arrival in the UK, Nasheed has urged foreign governments to impose targeted sanctions on top government officials. He also met with UK Prime Minister David Cameron, Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma, and went on a media blitz.

Nasheed, in a statement, said: “President Abdulla Yameen has jailed every opposition leader and cracked down on anyone who dares to oppose or criticize him. In the past year, freedom of the press, expression and assembly have all been lost. Given the slide towards authoritarianism in the Maldives, myself and other opposition politicians feel we have no choice but to work from exile – for now.”

Nasheed didn’t claim anything different than all other pro-West dictators had said in the past once they’re removed from power by the fed-up public.

In 2011, British MP George Galloway urged Maldivians to rise up against their government’s love affair with the Zionist regime which has been murdering their fellow Muslims in Gaza and the West Bank for decades. Watch Galloway’s speech video below.


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