Sunday, August 21, 2005

Britain - Standing Up To Muslims

What happens when you stand up to Muslims and criticize them and Islam? They show their true colors and try and stifle freedom of speech - just as in all Muslim countries.

The BBC is set to air a program tonight exposing the Muslim Council of Britain and the Muslim Association of Britain for "groups affiliated to the MCB promoting anti-Semitic views, the belief that Islam is a superior ideology to secular British values and the view that Christians and Jews are conspiring to undermine Islam."

Before even viewing the program, Muslim Council of Britain secretary general, Sir Iqbal Sacranie, wrote and complained to the BBC for being pro-Israeli and tried to get the program cancelled.

Since that didn't work, Sacranie is now trying to arm twist those interviewed for the program, to pull out.

The row between the Muslim Council of Britain and the BBC intensified last night as the corporation accused the MCB of putting pressure on interviewees on a controversial Panorama documentary to withdraw from the programme.

Panorama accuses the MCB's leadership of being in a state of 'denial' about the scale of Islamic extremism in Britain. The MCB has responded by describing the programme as 'deeply unfair' and a 'witch-hunt'.

The Observer understands that the MCB's secretary general, Sir Iqbal Sacranie, called from abroad to approach contributors critical of the organisation. The MCB's media spokesman, Inayat Bunglawala, also called critics after he was passed a transcript of the documentary, entitled 'A Question of Leadership'.

One senior source close to the programme told The Observer: 'The BBC is aware that the MCB have been making unorthodox approaches to a number of contributors, putting pressure on them to withdraw.'

These are the same underhanded methods used by the MCB's evil twin in the US, CAIR.

This is why it is critically important to stand up to Muslims and openly ciriticize Islam - it makes them take a stand. And when Muslims do that, they show their true colors. Just listen to the "so called moderate" voice of Muslims in Britain.

In a hard-hitting interview, Sacranie defends his decision to boycott January's Holocaust memorial service at Westminster Abbey and to attend a memorial for Sheikh Yassin, spiritual head of Hamas, which has been responsible for terrorist attacks on Israeli civilians. 'Those who fight oppression, those who fight occupation, cannot be termed as terrorist,' he said. 'They are freedom fighters, in the same way as Nelson Mandela fought against apartheid, in the same way as Gandhi fought British rule in India.'

Hamas was listed as a proscribed organisation in Britain under the Terrorism Act 2000.

Bunglawala last week wrote to the BBC to complain of 'pro-Israeli' bias in the programme. He also defended his description of Osama bin Laden as a 'mujahid' or 'holy warrior' in an email in April 2001.

Got that? The leaders of Muslims in Britain says that Muslim suicide terrorists are the same as Mandela and Gandhi and that bin Laden is a holy warrior. Folks it doesn't get any plainer than that.

Sacranie has also stated publicly that there is no such thing as a Muslim terrorist and he wants a law to make it a crime to say so.

By comparing Muslim terrorists to Mandela and Gandhi and calling them freedom fighters while Hamas is officially defined as a terrorist organization, Sacranie is justifying terrorism. And that is covered by Britain's new anti-terror laws.

In future unacceptable behaviour will include fomenting terrorism or seeking to provoke others to terror, justifying terrorism, fomenting other serious criminal activity, fostering hatred that may lead to intracommunity violence, advocating violence in support of particular beliefs and expressing what the Government considers to be extreme views conflicting with Britain’s culture of tolerance.

Will Blair kick "Sir" Iqbal out? I doubt it.

Muslims here and in America, indeed around the world, elect these people to speak out and praise Muslim terrorists and they flatly refuse to march and protest against Muslim terrorists.

Repeat after me, there is no such thing as a moderate Muslim - Islam forbids it.

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