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."
Sixteen years after the September 11th attacks, this is where we are. And for the past 15 years, a handful of us have worked tirelessly to educate, warn and prepare freedom loving peoples of and for the threat through our activism, protests, conferences, free speech lawsuits, books, news websites etc.
For that we were smeared, attacked, our reputations destroyed. Multiple Islamic assassination plots against have been foiled. But still we soldiered on because we knew. We were right.
The story isn't about violence. The story is we are pushing back against this leftist/Islamic goosestepping army. The fact is the only reason the cowards at CUNY haven't cancelled Sarsour is that they are afraid that her co-religionists and their leftist lapdogs will blow the place up.
This echoes the double messaging the Muslim world employs when talking to the West and to the ummah (worldwide Muslim community. Much like the Saudi king during Trump's visit to Riyadh or the Ground Zero mosque imam Rauf, Muslim leaders say one thing to naive, gullible Western leaders and media and another to their people.But this Muslima's shirt removes the wall between the two.
Gunmen in military fatigues opened fire on a bus carrying members of Egypt’s Coptic Christian minority killing at least 26 people, including children, the latest in a string of militant attacks targeting the community.
In recent days, as Manchester reels from the atrocity inflicted at the Manchester Arena, Fawzi Haffar and Dr Siema Iqbal have been presented as local Muslim leaders in Manchester who speak out firmly against extremism, but according to a collection of tweets brought to light by Manchester-based North West Friends of Israel, both Mr Haffar and Dr Iqbal eschew their moderate messages when it comes to Jews.