VIDEO Manchester jihad: BBC audience member describes Didsbury mosque’s anti-Western leaflets


Watch this quick clip of a man who describes the kind of anti-Western literature the Manchester Muslim bomber’s mosque distributes. Of course, the BBC has a Muslima mouthpiece on hand to defend the Didsbury mosque. She regurgitates the same well-worn Islamic-talking-points-to-the-West. Of course. What contempt they have for us. Instead of saying that the mosque must be investigated and we must call for Islamic universities, clerics and scholars to purge all the violence prescribed in Islam, she claims that the audience member is taken taking the lines out of context. Uh huh. They peddle that same garbage when anyone quotes the Quran’s teachings that call for jihad, slaughter and hatred of the non-Muslim.

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“Lines taken out of context…”

“How is it taken out of context? It’s right there.”

Boom. The Muslima defending the mosque is expected. I don’t believe her. It is righteous to lie to advance Islam (taqiyya). As for opening the mosque every Sunday to non-Muslims, that its to proselytize, that is dawah, recruiting to Islam.

The BBC host soils himself trying to exonerate the mosque.

And British citizens are forced to fund the BBC. The BBC is funded by the public on pain of criminal penalty. Every household with a TV has to pay an annual “license” fee (aka a tax) or face the criminal courts.

Manchester attack: Question Time debates ‘Didsbury Mosque’ leaflet

BBC Question Time, May 25, 2017:

A Question Time audience member has claimed he was handed an anti-Western leaflet at Didsbury Mosque in Manchester.

The mosque was previously attended by the father of Salman Ramadan Abedi, the man who carried out Monday’s bomb attack.

However, a spokesman for the Didsbury Mosque has said the leaflet was not printed by the mosque and did not carry its name, but admitted that unauthorised leaflets are sometimes left by people who are not affiliated with them.

The mosque has also condemned the attack, saying “cowardice has no place in our society”.

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