There is no such thing as Islamophobia. It’s the mythical unicorn for the worshippers in the cult of multiculturalism. Like Bare Naked Islam says: “It isn’t Islamophobia when they really are trying to kill you!”
Islam is an ideology, it’s not a race of people, it can be accepted or rejected (usually at the risk of bodily harm) like any other ideology, millions of people have done so already, and continue to do so. One of the main goals of the Organization of the Islamic Conference’s ten year agenda is, to provide Islam with a protected covering that will shield it from all criticism.
In order to do so, they must create the disingenuous meme that to be critical of Islam is akin to being anti-Semitic (read=Judeophobia), all the while the OIC categorically denies that any Muslim, good or bad, could be anti-Semitic. If not for the sheer number of Islam’s followers, the ideology would be relegated to the status of a dangerous cult, and placed on watch lists in every country. KGS
NOTE: Ayaan Hirsi Ali interviewed by sleeze-bag Avi Lewis, who rejects the “Islamophobia” meme in its entirety. The real conversation starts at the 2:30 mark.
NOTE: This should be the logo for this All-Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia¨
Islamists establish a bridgehead in Parliament
After a series of reverses in the political arena, Islamist sympathisers yesterday established a key bridgehead in Parliament.
A body called iEngage (also known as Engage) states in a press release that it will be acting as the secretariat to a new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia, whose inaugural meeting was held yesterday in the Commons. The group is chaired by a Tory MP, Kris Hopkins. The Lib Dem deputy leader Simon Hughes and the Labour peer Lord Janner are vice-chairs. Sources say that the inaugural meeting was attended by the Tory MPs Angie Bray and Eric Ollerenshaw, and the Labour MP Lisa Nandy, among others.