Maajid Nawaz, as we all know, served time for his work with the designated terrorist organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is so extreme that it is banned in many countries. Maajid, apparently, was a political prisoner in Egypt for promoting the establishment of a global caliphate. His lawyer, the darling of a lot of terrorist lawyers, was none other than London’s current mayor Sadiq Khan. Khan, as a lawyer, was almost like those ambulance chasers who chase after flashing red lights in an attempt to catch victims as they’re leaving the ambulances so that they can throw their business cards at them in a “no win, no fee” scenario. By all appearances, Khan’s clients were terrorists. He chased them as ardently as those others chased after ambulances. Perhaps there was more money in defending terrorists such as “Captain Hook” than there was in defending real victims.