A volunteer working with the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster has been found to be an active conspiracy theorist who believes the 71 people who died in the fire were "burnt alive in a Jewish sacrifice".
Tahra Ahmed, who has been running an aid network to help those affected by the fire, is also alleged to referred to the deadly blaze as a holocaust while describing the mass killing of Jews by Nazi Germany as a "holohoax", according to the Times.
In a post on her Facebook page about the Grenfell fire, she wrote: "Watch the live footage of people trapped in the inferno with flames behind them. They were burnt alive in a Jewish sacrifice."
She adds: "Grenfell is owned by a private Jewish property developer just like the Twin Towers. I wonder how much Goldman [Sachs] is standing to make in the world's most expensive real estate location [Kensington].
Elsewhere, Ahmed also described the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas which left 58 people dead as the "the new 9/11".
She added: "The 9/11 Truth movement got infiltrated, diluted and sidetracked with HOW it happened rather than WHO DONE IT. But the speed at which the decoding of this Las Vegas False Flag is moving is so fast, that 'they' won't be able to derail the natural order of further digging into WHO is pulling the strings once it becomes clear that Paddock was a patsy and set up by their own state."
Ahmed is reported to said she "did not care about other people's opinions" when contacted by the Times newspaper. IBTimes UK has contacted her for further comment.
Marie van der Zyl, vice president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews has condemned the remarks regarding Grenfell. She said: "The Grenfell Tower tragedy catalysed an outpouring of grief and support, from people of all faiths and backgrounds, who were united in solidarity.
"It is shameful that a conspiracy theorist should misuse this tragedy as a platform for her extreme and repugnant views.
"We are sure those active in supporting the survivors of the Grenfell will want to ensure that such noxious individuals will not undermine their important work."
Mark Gardner, of the Community Security Trust, which monitors antisemitism, added: "To describe the appalling Grenfell Tower disaster as a Jewish sacrifice is to reach a new depth of grotesque anti-Semitic racism.
"Worse is that the traumatised survivors have to grapple with the reality that one of those who claims to stand up for them seems to be primarily motivated by a vile hatred of Jews."