Welsh mosque at centre of extremism row after Imam claims he was forced out after objecting to a speaker
The Jalalia Islamic centre's chairman denies all the allegations made against the institution in Cardiff
Wales' high profile Jalalia mosque is at the centre of an extremism row after the Imam resigned.
In a letter leaked to Wales Online, the Cardiff mosque's religious leader, or Imam, Mohammad Bashir Uddin claimed his position became untenable after he objected to a Muslim speaker he regarded as extremist, and a follower of the Salafi strand of the religion.
This is the branch of the religion followed by Nasser Muthana, Assel Muthana and Reyaad Khan – the Cardiff terror suspects who left to fight in Syria.
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