Humza Yousaf Becomes Scotland's First Muslim Minister
Following a government reshuffle, Humza "the Paki" Yousaf becomes Scotland's first Muslim government minister, having only been an MSP for one year. I have written about Yousaf extensively on my other blog, The Jihad in Scotland, documenting his ties to "Hamas terror commander", Mohammed Sawalha, and to Islamic radicalism more generally. Yousaf's career seems to glide down a gilded track to such an extent that you are forced to entertain conspiracy theories to explain it. He is a man of no obvious talent. He has many troubling skeletons in his closet, which the Scottish press resolutely refuse to mention.
He is given favourable treatment in so many ways that it seems truly bizarre. For example, the Scottish television channel STV gave him a blog on its website, a privilege it extended to no other politician of any party. In 2008, when he was 22 years old, and before he had held any political office, the US government paid $6,710.32 for him to attend its International Visitor Leadership Programme, intended for grooming "promising" foreigners who have been marked out as future political leaders. This is yet another example of the US government weirdly favouring the cause of Islamic radicals. (...)