Of course it is. Unbelievers who don’t prostrate themselves before the soldiers of Islam are guilty of the most heinous crime, to be punished by death. (Quran (2:191-193: “unbelief is worse than slaughter!” ) Try it in an Islamic country, Â you’ll find out real fast.
“You can’t parody Islam, says Palin: Monty Python star believes religious sensitivities have increased so much it would be impossible to make Life of Brian today,”
Even in the UK, the Islamic-Political Left alliance (which includes three main political parties, and Guardian-BBC media) provides a strong propaganda role in the on-going Islamization of the U.K.
Its main enemies are those who criticise tenets, practices and history of Islam.
UK Muslim group that fabricated evidence of “wave of attacks on Muslims” in wake of London jihad murder still claiming sharp rise in “Islamophobia”
Kill and Cry, Kill some more, Cry some moreÂ (Pamela Geller)
Muslims are complaining about being treated better than non-Muslims.
Kill and cry. That is Islamic strategy boiled down to its essential oils.
First, they murder and then whine about islamophobia. Slaughter, then school us on racist-islamophobic-anti-muslim-bigoty.
Forces report a surge in the number of reported incidents after the murder of soldier Lee Rigby by Islamic extremists in May
Andrew Gilligan reported in theÂ TelegraphÂ last June 9 that Tell Mama was not going to “have its government grant renewed after police and civil servants raised concerns about its methods.” What was wrong with its methods? It had “claimed that there had been a ‘sustained wave of attacks and intimidation’ against British Muslims after the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby.” But Tell Mama and Fiyaz Mujhal (spelled “Mughal” in Gilligan’s report and elsewhere) “did not mention, however, that 57 per cent of the 212 reports referred to activity that took place only online, mainly offensive postings on Twitter and Facebook, or that a further 16 per cent of the 212 reports had not been verified. Not all the online abuse even originated in Britain. Contrary to the group’s claim of a ‘cycle of violence’ and a ‘sustained wave of attacks’, only 17 of the 212 incidents, 8 per cent, involved the physical targeting of people and there were no attacks on anyone serious enough to require medical treatment.”‘