On April 15, 2016, Sadiq Khan, London Mayor, began his five-day trip to Montreal, Chicago, and New York seeking Jewish investment in London after the UK’s possible departure from the European Union (Brexit).
The meeting was part of a day-long conference hosted by Canada 2020, which describes itself as the country’s leading, independent, progressive think-tank. Founded in 2006, at the beginning of almost a decade of Conservative politics under anti-Islam Stephen Harper.
Both Sadiq Khan and Justin Trudeau have a long history of subservience to the Jewish Lobby groups. Both are frequent visitors to synagogues instead of places of their own religions. Sadiq Khan took his oath to the Mayoral office in the Southwalk Cathedral for which he was praised by the kosher Pope Francis.
In order to please British powerful Jewish Lobby, Sadiq Khan refused to endorse Jeremy Corbyn for criticizing the Zionist regime.
Both leaders emphasized on gender equity and the integration of immigrants, while countering the rise of divisive politics around the world.
“When I won the election Donald Trump said he would make an exception for me,” Khan told the audience. “But there is nothing exceptional about me. There are literally tens of thousands of Muslims just like me who want to come to the US to study or to work or visit their family.”
Sadiq Khan who endorsed Israel’s preferred candidate Hillary Clinton a few months ago, said: “I hope the best candidate wins, and I hope she does win with a stomping majority.”
On September 15, 2016, JTA reported that Sadiq Khan accompanied by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (Zionist Jew) will visit Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel synagogue on Jewish Shabbat celebration. Later, Khan will also attend the Reform Temple Sholom, one of Chicago’s oldest synagogues.
Sadiq Khan boycotted Chicago Mosque Maryam (named after mother of Jesus) in Chicago, the headquarter of anti-Israel Louis Farrakhan.