David Reaboi @davereaboi:
“As soon as there’s a terror attack, first thing they do is call the local Islamic Society.”
— King Robbo (@realkingrobbo) June 12, 2016
Not the most trustworthy of types to be heading the CIA at this time and juncture in US history.
PUBLISHED: 21:54 GMT, 11 June 2016 | UPDATED: 03:49 GMT, 12 June 2016
CIA chief John Brennan said he expects 28 classified pages of a U.S. congressional report into the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States to be published, absolving Saudi Arabia of any responsibility.
‘I think the 28 pages will be published and I support their publication and everyone will see the evidence that the Saudi government had nothing to do with it,’ Brennan said in an interview with Saudi-owned Arabiya TV. His comments were dubbed into Arabic.
The withheld section of the 2002 report is central to a dispute over whether Americans should be able to sue the Saudi government, a key U.S. ally, for damages.
John Brennan backs release of classified pages, says ‘everyone will see evidence that Saudi government had nothing to do with it’
What would we expect from Muslims but to pimp Islam to the world?
The reality speaks otherwise:
DUBAI: It is no secret that Ramadan can bring out the best in people. Dedicated to reflection, restraint, generosity and unity, the holy month draws families and friends together to share and reflect-and for professionals in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), the spirit of Ramadan carries from home to the workplace. According to the new Bayt.com “Ramadan in the Middle East Workplace” poll, carried out by Bayt.com, the Middle East’s leading career site, a majority of MENA professionals (86.8 percent) agree that Ramadan is one of their favorite times of the year.
More than half (53.7 percent) of MENA respondents feel that they socialize more than usual with their colleagues during Ramadan. In keeping with a heightened morale and a more sociable atmosphere at work, a slightly higher percentage (56.3 percent) of MENA professionals believe that there is a noticeable increase in their company’s charitable activity during Ramadan.
With a favorable workplace atmosphere during the holy month, responses are fairly evenly split when it comes to taking time off from work. 53.7 percent of respondents say that they do not take time off during Ramadan and 46.3 percent say that they do at least occasionally. Similarly, just over half (56.9 percent) of respondents travel on the Eid break while the rest (43.1 percent) do not.
Of course, Ramadan sentiments of illumination and compassion are evident in MENA professionals’ personal lives as well. The vast majority (96.1 percent) of respondents say that they use Ramadan to reflect on their life and become a better person, and almost as many respondents (94.9 percent) say that they personally give more to charity during the holy month.
Additionally, more than eight in ten (81.1 percent) MENA professionals feel that they see more family and friends during Ramadan and a slightly higher number (83.1 percent) believe that their lifestyle habits are healthier for the month. It is evident that Ramadan has many positive effects on the MENA region, lifting people’s spirits and enabling their generosity-and these can be seen in many ways in the workplace.
Same MO, different arena……..
Foreign reporters pay refugees 20 euros to act as if they have drowned, said Bishop of Kos and Nisyros Nathanael.
The unusual testimony was made during a radio interview on Alpha 98.9 on Wednesday. Bishop Nathanael said that, “I witnessed with my own eyes foreign television reporters paying people (refugees) 20 euros to play victims of drowning.”
The bishop said that mass media are trying to present a fake picture of events, far from reality. He said it is a sin to exploit human pain.
Bishop Nathanel also said that the only people who truly help refugees are the local residents and that other organizations, government or non-government, simply assist the local volunteers.
Muslims are like Leftists, they have to lie, and lie hard, to get suckers to ply them with cash, usually other people’s hard earned cash, that’s why there is such an affinity between them.
Ministers end funding for body that claimed ‘wave of attacks’ against Islam.
By Andrew Gilligan
7:00AM BST 09 Jun 2013
A controversial project claiming to measure anti-Muslim attacks will not have its government grant renewed after police and civil servants raised concerns about its methods.
The project, called Tell Mama, claimed that there had been a “sustained wave of attacks and intimidation” against British Muslims after the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby, with 193 “Islamophobic incidents” reported to it, rising to 212 by last weekend.
The group’s founder, Fiyaz Mughal, said he saw “no end to this cycle of violence”, describing it as “unprecedented”. The claims were unquestioningly repeated in the media.
Tell Mama and Mr Mughal did not mention, however, that 57 per cent of the 212 reports referred to activity that took place only online, mainly offensive postings on Twitter and Facebook, or that a further 16 per cent of the 212 reports had not been verified. Not all the online abuse even originated in Britain.
Contrary to the group’s claim of a “cycle of violence” and a “sustained wave of attacks”, only 17 of the 212 incidents, 8 per cent, involved the physical targeting of people and there were no attacks on anyone serious enough to require medical treatment.
Eh, ….Islamic State is actually Islam 101, or post-hijra Islam.
Published: 18 May 2016 16:45 GMT+02:00
A 23-year-old man who joined Isis in Syria told an Oslo court on Wednesday that what he witnessed there went against his views of Islam.
The 23-year-old, a Chechen living in Oslo, is on trial for making a terror pact with a 46-year-old Norwegian-Pakistani man. The man said he would not tell the Oslo District Court on Wednesday exactly what it was he had seen that made him want to leave Syria unless the court granted his request to hold parts of his testimony behind closed doors.
His lawyer Svein Holden lamented the fact that the request was denied.
“That means that the court will not get to hear about this incident nor about what he said to the Isis leaders to be allowed to leave. He will only give testimony about these two things behind closed doors,” said Holden.
The 23-year-old said that the incident was something he observed on a motorcycle ride along with an 18-year-old Isis recruit.
Does this include any of the females that manage to make the trip as well?
Migrants who have crossed the border from Austria are pictured walking to a registration point in the village of Simbach in southern Germany. Officials in Austria say half of all migrants who say they are children are adults
By CHRIS SUMMERS FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 11:13 GMT, 12 May 2016 | UPDATED: 18:22 GMT, 12 May 2016
Half of all migrants claiming to be children are lying, according to Austrian officials who say the ‘juveniles’ are sometimes in their 30s and have grey hair and beards.
The unnamed official told Austrian journalists: ‘It is completely absurd. We have men turning up here with full beards and grey hair claiming to be children.’
Austrian officials said that of 2,200 asylum seekers claiming to be children, 951 were found to be considerably older following medical tests.
But under Austrian law every person claiming to be a juvenile has to be given child status, until medical tests can prove otherwise.
An official from Austria’s Bundesamt für Fremdenwesen und Asyl (BFA) immigration agency said two million euros (£1.59m) had been spent on these medical tests.
Very few migrants from Syria, Afghanistan or Nigeria have birth certificates or other identity papers which can be relied upon to give an accurate estimate of their age.
The Leftist-Islamic nexus laid bare for all to see…… the morons.
If a Tory candidate for mayor was seen sharing a platform with known neo-fascists, and saying highly incendiary things that would lead you to believe that he shared their views, and ”apologized” for them because of criticism….would you believe him?
London’s first Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan (pictured right with his wife Saadiya and two daughters) is the proud son of a Pakistani bus driver who is so liberal he backed gay marriage and even launched his campaign in a pub. The Labour MP, 45, put tackling terrorism and ‘rooting out its cancer’ at the heart of his campaign and pledged to put the capital on a ‘war-footing from day one’.
He was helped into City Hall by Tory rival Zac Goldsmith’s campaign, which was even branded ‘racist’ and ‘outrageous’ by his own party after he claimed Mr Khan’s Labour team ‘thinks terrorists are its friends’. But Mr Khan’s career is littered with incidents where he has ended up sharing the platform with extremists and has been forced into a humbling apologies for giving the impression he shared their views. Mr Khan is also pictured in his mother’s arms (top left) and with his family in 1972 (bottom left).
Alternative headline: HELSINGIN SANOMAT SAYS GERMAN YOUTH IN FRANCE JOINED THIRD REICH DUE TO FRUSTRATION, HITLER’S MEIN KAMPF/HITLER PLAYED ABSOLUTELY NO ROLE…….
Don’t believe your lying eyes, Islam has nothing to do with ISIS, and “War is peace. Freedom is slavery, Ignorance is strength”!
What’s laughable is the journalist freely admits that Mohamed’s ”brothel in the sky” message was one of the recruiting tools used to entice these sex-starved males to blow themselves up for allah. Hitler plied the young minds of German with all kinds of utopian candy, and no reason minded individual will conclude that national socialism had nothing to do with it.
French journalist infiltrated a terrorist attack brooding jihadisti cell for half a year and described them with the hidden camera.
FRENCH journalist infiltrated a terrorist attack brooding jihadisti cell for half a year and described its members with the hidden camera.
The result was the “soldiers of Allah”, as a documentary, which will be aired in France on Monday night.
Under the pseudonym of Saïd Ramzi the reporter told of their experiences to the news agency AFP .
He is a Muslim who says he belongs to the same generation as the terrorists in last year’s devastating Paris attack.
“MY GOAL was to understand what was motivating their thoughts,” he says.
“One of the main conclusions is that throughout the activity I have not seen any trace of Islam. I do not see any kind want of changing the world for the better. Only lost, frustrated, self-destructive young people, who are easy to manipulate. “
“Their misfortune was born in the era of the Islamic State. It is very sad. They are young people who are looking for something, and they found this.”
REPORTER managed to contact the group through Facebook. After that, he met with the “emir”, the person called. This lead group consisted of about a dozen young people, some of them born in Muslim families, some converts.
The meeting took place in the outskirts of a town called Châteauroux, which was unoccupied during the winter season.
The “Emir” was a French-Turkish young man named Oussama . The first meeting, he tried to convince the journalist that he could expected paradise if he would do a suicide attack.
“This is the road to paradise”, Oussama says in the video.
“Come, brother, let’s go to paradise. Our women are waiting for us there, and the angels are servants. For the palace, as well as gold and rubies on the winged horse, “he says.
The journalist appeared in the group as Abu Hamza.
THE SECOND meeting in front of the mosque in the suburbs of Paris, one member of the group points to an airplane in the sky approaching the runway.
“With a small rocket launcher you could get that kind of easy … You do something like that in the name of Dawlan [terrorist organization Isis] , and France would be traumatized for a century,” he says.
Oussama is getting in contact with Isis in Syria. He was, however, arrested in Turkey and handed over to France, where he has been five months in prison.
He speaks to attack on the military base, as well as to the media, “as was done to Charlie.”
In January 2015 the two brothers attacked the satirical journal Charlie Hebdon, killing 12 people in the premises.
THINGS are given new twists, when a person called Abu Suleiman, returns from Raqqa, the Isis center in Syria. He tells the journalist to come to see him at the train station.
There he is greeted by completely covering niqab dressed woman, holding out a letter to the journalist.
The letter describes the plan of terrorist attacks. To a nightclub, and a command is to shoot “until dead”, waiting for the security forces and will then trigger an explosive belt.
At this point, the authorities close the loop around the group. Several members of the group are arrested, AFP says.
One of the escaped members sends a message to the journalist: “You are lost, dude.”
“At the time the infiltration ended”, Mr Ramzi said.
First from Prof. Steven Plaut writing at Front Page Magazine in 2014:
Once education and the other explanatory variables are controlled, there is very little difference between Ashkenazim and Mizrahim earnings, and in a few cases, particularly for women, Mizrahim outperform Ashkenazi women. The Ashkenazi-Mizrahi distinction certainly appears to be less important in explaining earnings differences than the distinction between native-born Jews and foreign-born Jews or recent immigrants. Here again, there are differences between men and women. Ashkenazi women slightly underperform Mizrahi women, other things being equal, while Ashkenazi men slightly outperform compared with Mizrahi men. The bottom line is that the data do not support the presumption that Mizrahim are systematically disadvantaged in Israeli labor markets.
It’s highly typical of politically active Arabs abroad painting the situation in Israel in a hysterical light. ”Discrimination and injustices” (real and imagined) that effect every single Western state in existence are highlighted in a extreme light, all because they supposedly take place in Israel. Immediately all sense of proportion and reality are tossed out the window because the Jews are involved.
NOTE: There is absolutely NO excuse for Western journalists in this day and age of the internet, to give an uncritical ear to propagandists. It’s obvious that pseudo journalist Annika Hallström (and her gatekeepers) at the Hufvudstadsbladet deems it to be her duty to spread unsubstantiated bull crap against the Jewish state.
Hufvudstadsbladet Article 14.4.2016 / Translation
The refuge is at Suomenlinna. Jowan Safadi in their temporary hemknutar. There is also his temporary studio. PHOTO: CATA PORTIN
By Annika Hällsten
Palestinian musician Jowan Safadi needed a break from the persecution in Israel. In Suomenlinna he found his comfort zone. Jowan Safadi, born in Nazareth, but residing in Haifa, is standing on the Suomenlinna ferry deck and looking happy. Partly (because) the weather is the best possible one morning in April, partly (because) he has a meeting with his Finnish musicians to look forward to.
Jowan Safadi is the artist in residence and the first participant of the Safe Haven project the City of Helsinki is now paying for. Safe Haven Helsinki offers persecuted artists a respite for a limited time and Jowan Safadi expects to stay in Finland for a maximum of just over four months.
Arabs who are Jews
“It’s hard to be an Arab in a racist state” sings Jowan Safadi in the song To be an Arab. The song caused a stir when it was published in the summer of 2015. Partly because Safadi sings in Hebrew, partly because the point in the text is directed against the racist Israel. The song is about Mizrahi Jews, i.e. Jews from Arab countries such as Iraq and Morocco.
– We are talking about Arabs with the Jewish religion, Jowan Sawadi explains. After the establishment of the State of Israel, Mizrahi Jews were persuaded to move to Israel but were met there by a different reality than they had imagined.
– In their home countries, the Mizrahi Jews belonged to the elite. In Israel, they were discriminated against and ostracized and treated as slaves because they were Arabs.
– It led to a situation in which they, in their attempts to adapt, became racist against Arabs. How do Mizrahi Jews react to the song?
The 1st Secretary of the Israeli Embassy in Helsinki, Arezoo Hersel, responds:
Hufvudstadsbladet Op-ed 24.5.2016: Even today Jews are forced to flee My fellow countryman, Mr. Jowan Safadi, a guest of the City of Helsinki, presented his version of history and negative interpretation of contemporary Israel in HBL’s interview (14.4.2016). He might represent the fringe of Israeli society, but certainly not its majority. In order to understand these issues, let me mention some major events:
In 1947 the United Nations adopted the partition plan for establishing an Arab State and a Jewish State in what was then the British Mandate of Palestine. It was accepted by the Jews, but rejected by the Arabs. Moreover, the Arab countries started to prepare for war against the future Jewish State.
The Political Committee of the Arab League drafted a law to govern the Jews in Arab countries, about 856,000 Jews, referred to as the “Mizrahi Jews”. It provided, among other things, that Jews suspected to be Zionists would be interned as political prisoners and their assets would be confiscated. Discriminatory legislation against Jews was enacted and pogroms and anti-Jewish riots took place in many countries, for example in Iraq, Libya and Morocco.
When the State of Israel was established in 1948, it was immediately attacked by its Arab neighbors. As a result of the conflict, two refugee groups emerged: Jews from Arab countries and Arabs of Palestine. It is important to note that many Arabs stayed in Israel and became citizens with equal rights under the law.
During its early years, while surrounded by enemies and coping with limited resources, Israel did its utmost to welcome and absorb the immigrants. Unfortunately, the same did not happen for the Palestinians: Arab countries (except Jordan) refused to grant them citizenship and intentionally maintained their status as refugees.
To this day, the hostile policy of most countries in the region towards Israel and Jews continues to force Jews to flee. For example, just last month, nineteen Jews escaped from war-torn Yemen to Israel. Nowadays, only a fraction of the once flourishing Jewish communities is left in the Arab world.
The painful journey of the Mizrahi Jews is not a mere historical fact, but part of my personal history: as a child, I escaped revolutionary Iran with my family and found a safe haven in Israel – the only place I call home. As newcomers, we were received with open arms. I was educated according to the core values of Israel – still the only true democracy in the Middle East – promoting pluralism and fundamental rights for all of its citizens, regardless of their religion, race or gender.
Unfortunately, sometimes these values are misrepresented in Israel and abroad to an extent that distorts history and facts. In democratic countries, such as Israel and Finland, everyone is of course free to express their views, even if they are extreme or offensive. However, attitudes of this nature, do not contribute to better understanding of the conflict and promoting reconciliation. Let’s advance peace through constructive dialogue that will lead to coexistence and brighter future.
Embassy of Israel
It all depends upon sharia compliance and whether the Muslim is engaged in stealth practices in order to strategically promote Islamic goals. Giving Islam a ‘modern face’.
This imam is the same one who tried to downplay the murder of homosexuals in Islam on Finnish national TV a few years ago.
Imam Abbas Bahmanpour was asked in the paper about the customs of Finnish Muslims after controversy in Switzerland over a Syrian family’s asylum application, which was reportedly frozen because the family’s two teenage boys refused to shake a teacher’s hand.
“Islam has very strict chastity mandates, one being to avoid all physical contact with the opposite sex,” Bahmanpour says in Ilta-Sanomat. “The line is drawn clearly for clarity. Otherwise many might ask whether hugging is alright if handshakes are, if kissing is allowed if hugging is, and so on.”
Vice chair Pia Jardi of the Islamic Council of Finland says in the piece that Muslims hold different interpretations of the no-touching rule, and that following or refusing to follow Finnish greeting etiquette is a personal choice.
Two sides of the same societal jihad coin…..
There is only a nuance in the differing strategies of societal takeover between violent jihadis and adherents of MB Salafism. One group wields a Kalashnikov, the other a computer keyboards and infiltrate the many religious dialogue panels and op-ed columns.
“The Brotherhood is more deceptive in language and appearance than Salafis. Salafis tend to be separatist and can give the impression of being focused upon personal religious piety, which separates them from those who do not share their beliefs. Salafis also tend to speak using pious religious jargon, making few concessions to the communicative norms of others. This is mirrored in their manner of dress, which concedes nothing to secular fashion sense.
In contrast the Brotherhood’s approach is to penetrate and transform western institutions, with the ultimate aim of bringing about the same end as the Salafis. The Brotherhood may seem more pragmatic and accommodating than Salafis, but this is little more than a strategic tactic on their part, not evidence of a fundamental difference in ultimate goals. Brotherhood ideologues can be very skilled in modifying their rhetoric to suit their audience, but this is not an art Salafis have much time for.”
From Down under:
As a teenager, I had a laminated photo of Osama Bin Laden in my bedroom. A friend once saw the photo and demanded to know why I had it. I told her he was my hero and that I wanted to be one of his wives; that the media was manipulating his image because he was challenging US hegemony.
From the age of 14, I wore the niqab – the full face veil – with gloves. My mother hated it and said I was becoming a fanatic. For me, it became a marker of difference in the face of discrimination. At university I was determined to learn the political systems in the West in order to subvert and challenge them from within. I believed we needed a caliphate. Eventually, I started to flirt with ways I could leave Australia to join the fight against foreign oppressors. Given different circumstances and times, I might have joined a terrorist organisation when I was younger.
What a bunch of bull crap…….
Christians and Jews, Hindus and Buddhists all over the world are being persecuted for their faith and ethnicity by Muslims (relying on classical Islamic texts for validation) and do not behave like Muslims. Hindus, Buddhists, Jews and Christians in the US/West are not creating terror cells to carry out attacks on Muslims anywhere that they can find them because, Muslims elsewhere, are murdering their co-religionists. Only Muslims are doing that because the koran and other Islamic texts sanction it.
NOTE: The problem is Islam itself, in particular, Post-Hijra Islam, the Medina period that abrogates the Meccan period. Full stop. Do not be taken in by these propaganda spin-meisters.
Published: 20 Apr 2016 07:39 GMT+02:00
The pen is mightier than the sword, the old saying goes. The challenge presented by radical Islamic extremism to the civilized world is one that cannot be defeated solely by military means; it is the nature of such radicalism to metastasize and grow when it is physically attacked.
This is because extremism of this sort is based on the belief that Islam is besieged and persecuted by armies of infidels and it is the duty of “true” Muslims to kill in its defense. The fact that the shocking attacks in Brussels last month came just days after the arrest of one of the planners of the recent Paris attacks demonstrates this martyr effect.
Swedes shouldn’t overlook the significance that one of the suspects in the attacks became radicalized in Malmö. Why were ideas grounded in hate and violence more attractive than the tolerance and understanding typically associated with Swedish values?
One source of strength and strategic advantage among these radicals is in their belief that terrorism is sanctioned by God. This is the great “mirage” of extremism and no amount of military hardware can defeat it.
Rather, extremism must die in the battlefield of ideas.
The silk tongued jihadi in a suit…….
Tariq Ramadan was barred from the US under Bush, but Obama threw open the doors for him. Ramadan was billed as a moderate reformer. And here is the “moderate reformer” on the Brussels attacks. After the formality of condemning the attacks, mumbling that terrorism is wrong, Ramadan pivots to the same old song and dance.
We cannot, today, afford to disconnect these events with the violence, terror and death that have long been commonplace in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Libya, and in Africa and Asia more widely. European and American foreign policy does not happen in a vacuum, as those who target us have repeated in countless videos: You have caused war and death in our countries, now you will suffer the consequences.
Now the “war and death” that ISIS terrorists are talking about is the US and the rest of NATO pushing back against its genocide of Christians, Yazidis and other minorities. Or to put it another way, American intervention against Islamic terror doesn’t happen in a vacuum either. “You have caused war and death in our countries, now you will suffer the consequences.”
But what is Tariq Ramadan really suggesting? That bombing ISIS is wrong?
Trying to get a straight answer about Islam from a Muslim is like trying to get a Strawberry malt from the udder of a goat.
Please don't feel bad if you never, ever got a straight answer from a Muslim about Islam.
It's not the done thing! pic.twitter.com/OlcFWLNIbv
— Basima Faysal (@BasimaFaysal) April 1, 2016
Nobel laureate meets pseudo muslim journo who plays defense for musulmaniacs trying to subvert, conquer more territory for Islam.
“Yes it is the worst offence now to preserve your own people, culture and values from Islam and sharia. British media and establishment is cashing in on every last penny’s worth of ‘sanctimony uber alles’ before their entire civilization collapses into a black hole of Islamic and state totalitarianism”
By SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 23:51 GMT, 24 March 2016 | UPDATED: 12:42 GMT, 25 March 2016
She is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a beacon of saintly integrity in the West who remained under house arrest for 15 years in her native Burma.
However, there is another side to Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi that sits at odds with her iconic image.
After the BBC Today presenter Mishal Husain gave Suu Kyi a rough ride during a BBC interview, Suu Kyi lost her composure and was heard to mutter angrily off-air: ‘No one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim.’
Heated: Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi and Today presenter Mishal Husain had a heated exchange
Interview: Husain (right) was interviewing Suu Kyi for Radio 4’s Today programme in October 2013 (pictured)
The so called ‘brave’ tell all cousin, Mohammed Shafiq, lies about Islam nonetheless, contrary to his blatherings, Islam does not treat all women better, it doesn’t even treat its own women with equality.
And so these men turn to outsiders, vulnerable Western girls, whom they regard as more easily available because of greater social freedom, seeing white girls as ‘easy’. But this exploitation ignores the fact that preying on white girls runs completely counter to the tenets of our Muslim faith, which requires believers to treat all women with respect.
Islam does not treat all women with respect, non-muslim women are free game to be taken as sex slaves:
Mohammed Shafiq, inset left, has spent years fighting against the gangs within the Pakistani community in Britain who target and rape white women in towns such as Rotherham. Following the conviction of three of his cousins, Arshid Hussain, main picture left, and Arshid’s brothers Bashrat, inset top centre, and Bannaras, inset top right.
Like I said, we have the same problem with these frauds as others do elsewhere in Europe.
Yle says in the news that an age-test took place in Finland last year for 149 minor asylum seekers, of which 90 were found to be adults. Age testing made an assessment of teeth and bones of the hand and wrist.
Official sources told Finnish news broadcast last week that age-proof was made last year for about 300-400 minor asylum seekers.
Full beard and gray hair
According to the Finnish Immigration Service Asylum Unit Director, Esko Repo , the age of minors are investigated if there are obvious grounds for the applicant because of physical attributes. According to him, these criteria can be having a full beard and gray hair.
Repo told Suomen Uutiset, that the forensic aging testing typically has a two-year slide.
– For example, the answer may be “not less than 17 years old but not more than 19-year-old.” For such a result the applicant is placed with minors seeking asylum. However, if the result is “at least 19 years of age”, is that clear and the applicant is placed in the reception center for adults.
In borderline cases the case is decided in favor of the applicant.
He completely tries to circumvent the question.
H/T: Brian of London
Friday 5th February 2016
This is the moment that Tommy Robinson clashed with a Muslim caller live on LBC ahead of an anti-Islam march through Birmingham.
The former EDL leader, now an activist with Pegida, called LBC as we discussed the planned protest tomorrow, one of 14 taking place across Europe.
While he was on, Nick Ferrari also took a call from Balal, who was furious with Mr Robinson’s comments – and their row got very feisty.