Muslim terrorists justify their attacks by reference to specific verses in the Qur’an, verses that cannot be changed. “White supremacy” terrorists, including the lone lunatic who shot up the two mosques in New Zealand, have no textual authority in the Bible to justify murdering anyone.
The BBC’s sanitized version of Islam, its refusal to quote from the Qur’an and hadith, its unjust coverage of Israel, are not stand-alone defects; they are part of a pattern, aspects of a much larger problem of left-wing bias at Bush House.
The next time you hear a Muslim apologist insist that “there is no compulsion in (the Islamic) religion” — “it’s Qur’an 2:256” — before an audience of Ask-A-Muslim-Anything non-Muslims, you could read out, by way of answer, the Open Letter of Leo Igwe.
Antisemites in France, who unsurprisingly are so often defenders of Islam, if not Muslims themselves, have taken the “Gilets Jaunes” movement in a different direction from what it was at the beginning.
Today Islamic supremacists are demanding more accommodation of Islamic principles
and practices than ever, and daily growing more aggressive in eroding our freedoms – with politically
correct public officials only too happy..