Monday, November 12, 2007

Sticks and stones?

"The air is thick with suspicion and unease. It is not good for the Muslim community, it is not good for society." - Muhammad Abdul Bari, Muslim Council of Britain.

Is that a threat?


Anonymous said...

Muhammed Abdul Barri is surprised to find muslims under suspicion? Even after the murder of fifty Britons by muslims on the London Underground, with a further murderous attempt a month later? more recently we had another disgusting display of muslim hate at Glasgow airport. He cannot be unaware of hate preaching in mosques up and down the country, and of hate literature on sale in muslim bookstores, to the everlasting shame of the Blair and Brown governments.He also knows that christians and jews, Hindus and Sikhs are not associated with terrorist activities in this country. So why, does he think, there is suspicion of muslims.
There is only one solution for those muslims suffering so much, go live in a muslim country where sharia rules, with stoning, decapitation and mysogeny the norm. Where education is learning the koran, and science is in the fourteenth century.

Mark Wadsworth said...

Anon missed off the atheists, the agnostics, the Buddhists, the Chinese and the Druids, but otherwise his (or her) point stands.

Obviously, Irish terrorists are nominally Christian as well, of course, 'nother topic.