Gavin Boby: How to Stop Mosques in Your Neighborhood

In the following interview, Gavin Boby of the Law and Freedom Foundation discusses his recent success at stopping a mosque expansion in the borough of Redbridge in London. He also outlines his general methods for opposing mosques, with special emphasis on the need for local people to be involved in spearheading the process.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting the interview and uploading this video:

For more on Gavin Boby and the Law and Freedom Foundation, see the Law and Freedom Foundation Archives.

6 thoughts on “Gavin Boby: How to Stop Mosques in Your Neighborhood

  1. There is an excellent new book by Attorney Karen Lugo, “Mosques in America – a Guide to Accountable Permit Hearings and Continuing Citizen Oversight.” She would agree with Gavin Boby that local citizens need to organize and demand that city councils hold mosque applicants accountable for truthfully stating their mosque plans and then actually complying with the Conditional Use Permits granted by the councils. All too often, mosque advocates have superior experience and resources when dealing with local governments, and unfortunately, they get away with terrible abuse of the local neighborhoods. Twenty-five percent of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division’s caseload from 2011 to 2015 were about mosque and Islamic school complaints, while Muslims represent only about one percent of the nation’s population. Local governments often just cave when the DOJ is mentioned.

  2. This man is a complete hero.Thanks to him less radicalisation will happen.Will others please help out where possible.e.g writing to M.P

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