We love you Kay…..
The Islamonazi Iranian regime is the architect of the annual al-Quds rally….remember that.
Opinion: As a survivor of terror, allowing the Al Quds Day March offends me
British-born Kay Wilson reflects on the double standards when it comes to tackling Islamist terrorism in the UK
Six years ago two Islamic terrorists gagged and bound me, forced me to my knees and hacked to death my American friend before my eyes.
Their cleavers chopped away her future generations, ripped apart her family’s heart, tore my own innocence to shreds and decimated the person that I once was.
Bloodied and battered I staggered through the forest, certain of death yet surprisingly finding help.
I recall with gratitude the Israeli Muslim surgeon who stitched up my thirteen machete wounds, tended my thirty broken bones and saved my life.
Through that mile walk back, I was unaware of my future survival and oblivious to the commission that came with it: to speak up against hatred.
It is both hateful and untrue to say that every Muslim is a terrorist.
I am offended by the allowing of the Al-Quds March Day (an Iranian-backed propaganda tool) that will take place in London on Sunday despite the Mayor expressing his concerns to the Metropolitan Police and a petition signed by thousands stating their outrage.
In the name of free-speech, people will march in support of organisations that the British government has designated as terror groups. It won’t be the first time that they will be allowed to chant hate, vilify “Zionists” and demonise Israel, the sole refuge for Jewish people in the Middle East, and also the lone democracy.
This appalling abuse of free speech coupled with the authorities selectively appropriating the Public Order Act Section 5, is what ensures that British Jewish schools, British Jewish institutions and British synagogues will continue to need security surveillance night and day.