Jeremy Corbyn was caught on video calling Muslim hate preacher a 'honoured citizen' and inviting him to 'tea on the terrace' at the House of Commons. Sheikh Raed Salah believes 9/11 was perpetrated by the Jews, that there should be a global caliphate and his Islamic movement mourned the death of Osama Bin Laden. He also made a speech in February 2007 during a protest in East Jerusalem in which he accused Jews of using children's blood to bake bread.
"These regulations [from 2006] stipulate that all places of non-Muslim worship must be licenced. However, the government has yet to issue any licence for a church buildings [sic] under this ordinance, ignoring applications from churches to regularise their status in accordance with the ordinance." — International Christian Response, September 25, 2019, Algeria.
“The dossier reveals that Cllr Griffiths posted an article on Facebook in 2017 claiming German Muslims had campaigned to end the Oktoberfest beer festival, because it was ‘un-Islamic.'”
Well, did such a campaign occur or did it not? If it did, why is it forbidden to speak about it?
“Cllr Griffiths then liked a comment posted on the post which said: ‘They can go back to where they came from. Try going to a Muslim country and ask them to stop Muslim traditions because it offends incoming Christians. How outrageous is sharia behaviour.’”
“France is the European member state most affected by radical Islamic terrorism according to a study that shows over half of the terror attacks in the EU occurred in the country.” More of the Left’s addiction to fantasy over reality:
“France’s systematic, state-sanctioned abuse of Muslims makes them feel rejected, threatened, and disenfranchised. The brutality of the hostility they encounter, whether physical or ideological, sets a standard for how the French ruling class responds to other groups it sees as a political threat…”
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