A spokesman for Omar Bakri (pictured), the right-wing Muslin cleric, warned of more trouble over the book, which includes an account of the night the prophet consummates his marriage, claiming it was just "the thin end of the wedge". Meanwhile, a member of Bakri's own family, his daughter Yasmin Fostok, has also been forced to seek police protection after it was disclosed she was working as a pole-dancer and received a number of threats from Islamic extremists, presumably her father's supporters.
It was further revealed at the weekend that Bakri gave £4,000 to Yasmin, 27, so she could have a breast enhancement operation to help her with her chosen career. However, Bakri, who praised the September 11 attacks and who left Britain for Lebanon after the July 2005 London bombers, is now saying Fostok is not his daughter but an impostor being used to discredit him. It has certainly got him seething. He says that Britian will "pay a heavy price" for the disclosures.
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