A retired Sikh schoolteacher, with extreme views on Islam, is set to become the first non-white member of the far-right British National Party (BNP) which is in the process of changing its “white-only” membership policy following a court order.

Rajinder Singh (78), who moved to Britain from Punjab in 1967, said he would be “honoured” to join BNP hailing it as the only party which had the “guts” to attack Muslims publicly.

However, he hastened to add that he didn’t “hate” Muslims because Sikhism preached “love for all”.

“I don’t hate Muslims. By definition a Sikh is supposed to love all — even the enemy,” he told The Times.

The BNP has been forced to rewrite its constitution to admit non-white members after the Equality and Human Rights Commission took it to court arguing that its existing policy which restricts membership to “indigenous cauca

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