Undercover Mosque: The Return (2008)


Documentary  |  1 September 2008(UK)


A female reporter – ‘Sara’ – attends prayer meetings in one of the most important mosques in the UK, which claims to be dedicated to moderation and dialogue with other faiths. She secretly films shocking sermons given to the women-only congregation in which female preachers recite extremist and intolerant beliefs. As hundreds of women and children come to pray, the leading preacher calls for adulterers, homosexuals, women who act like men and Muslim converts to other faiths to be killed. “Kill him, kill him. You have to kill him, you understand. This is Islam.” The film traces the links between the teachings and materials at the mosque and the Saudi Arabia religious establishment and examines the extent to which the Kingdom exports Wahhabi teachings around the world by ploughing billions of dollars into schools, mosques and charities. In the UK, the film shows the huge impact Saudi money has on supporting mosques and imams and the provision of fundamentalist teaching materials for …

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