I remember back in the '80s, following big-bang and the expansion of the financial system, when banks were suffering from account fraud so that cashiers were provided with photocopied 'caution' lists of foreign individuals with whom the bank should not deal. The list was ordered alphabetically by country; a few names listed for Brazil, a few for Chile, a handful for Denmark and so on. Until, under Nigeria, the list simply said 'All'. Well, the banks had about as much success in halting the exploitation of the West's financial systems by energetic and enthusiastic Nigerians, the world's greatest fraudsters, as Canute had in halting the waves.
So I wonder how successful the listing on Thomson-Reuters 'World Check' terrorist institutions database of Finsbury Park Mosque will be. The imam of course is outraged at being listed but ordinary folk may remember the Mosque as a hotbed of Islamist extremism that spawned Richard Reid and Zacarias Moussaoui, sheltered Abu Hamza and bred the London Ricin plot, and therefore think the listing is reasonable.
And of course there are those who, until Islam in the UK reforms itself so as to conform wholly to David Cameron's check-list of unacceptable tenets of faith, who would simply avoid the discrimination issue by listing, under the heading 'Mosques and Madrassas in the UK' in the Thomson-Reuters database, 'All'.