OF COURSE SHE WON……….
The lords and ladies of multiculturalism deemed it so. Luton is the epicenter of anti-western sentiment in the UK, more jihadi sympathizers can be found there than anywhere else in the UK.
Before the win she said she feared being dismissed by viewers as a ‘Muslim in a headscarf’ ahead of her appearance on this year’s Great British Bake Off.
I dismiss her as a shariah compliant muslim whose Islam 101 belief system is as repugnant as German fascism. That scarf is anti-you and I as was the German swastika was anti-anyone not “aryan”. The German’s had the “master race”, this muslima has the “master faith”.
Nadiya cried, Mary Berry cried… then we all cried: Viewers reduced to tears as Bake Off favourite secures emotional victory by making the British wedding cake she missed out on at her own ceremony
Pitted against fellow finalists Tamal Ray, 29, and Ian Cumming, 41, – who seemingly crumbled under the pressure of the final – Nadiya Jamir Hussain, the three-time Star Baker and bookies favourite triumphed. The diminutive Luton-born mum-of-three, 30,said winning the final made her feel like “a giant”.
The baker, who has become a social media sensation for her expressive face, said she hoped people would remember her baking abilities most. Nadiya – congratulated by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry (main) – impressed in the signature bake with her iced buns, topped the technical challenge with a batch of raspberry millefeuille before her piece de resistance in the showstopper challenge.
She created a My Big Fat British Wedding cake to make up for not having one at her marriage in Bangladesh. She said: “I bought a sari that was red, white and blue, in the colours of the Union Jack, and I decorated my stand with that. “My husband Abdal’s favourite cake is lemon drizzle, so I decided to make that. “At the very end of the filming I took the cake out to my family’s table and we all had a slice. “So my husband and I did get our wedding cake after all.”