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.
“The lines are taken out of context…”
“How is it taken out of context? It’s right there.”
Brace yourself for jihad attack part two in the information battle-space, as jihad spox groups such as CAIR, ISNA, MSA, etc. take control of a sharia-compliant media and proselytize and lecture us on “fear of reprisals” and “backlashophobia” while clubbing us bloody with the mind-numbing mantra that “Islam is peace.”
Ramadan is known as the month of jihad. It’s when violence by Muslims explodes – no pun intended – each year. Yet U.S. military members are being force fed the mundane aspects of Ramadan that are only informative in that when non-Muslims abide by the sharia during Ramadan – Muslims will wage jihad against them.
At a press briefing on Tuesday, the director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia accused the FBI of perpetuating bias incidents against Muslims by questioning more members of the Muslim community about potential violence than supporters of President Trump.
Imam Syed Soharwardy of Calgary, the head of the Calgary-based Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the founder of Muslims Against Terrorism, is often invited by CBC as a guest expert to discuss issues related to terrorism and radicalization. He is introduced as a moderate voice in the Muslim community who “has worked to prevent the radicalization of youth in Canada.”