A 'reasoned' Bunglawussi calls Anjem Choudhary a "nutter" and blames "journalists who produce warped media coverage like that"

* Because Muslims can never be blamed:

From ‘Islamophobia Watch’

Speaking nonsense about Islam

* Go back to sleep, infidel. If the Bunglawussi “of the ancient rulings” tells you there is nothing to worry about, then why worry? The Bungla wouldn’t tell a lie, or would he?

Another steaming pile of taqiyya from Britains comical ‘Mr Bean’ lookalike, Inayat Bunglawussi of the MCB:                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Anjem Choudhary

In response to Anjem Choudhary’s inflammatory comments on the Jewel of Medina controversy theDaily Telegraph poses the question: “Isn’t it time that moderate Muslims spoke out loud and long against the way a tiny minority of zealots can dominate the political debate and constantly depict Islam as intolerant and bigoted, when, in reality, those words apply only to its most extreme, blinkered adherents.”

What planet do Torygraph leader writers live on? Mainstream Muslim organisations have repeatedly condemned Choudhary and his minuscule sect.

The real question is this: why does the Torygraph give headline coverage to the idiocies spouted by an unrepresentative nutter like Choudhary while ignoring the reasoned and measured arguments of, say,Inayat Bunglawala – who as a leading figure in the Muslim Council of Britain actually represents a broad swathe of opinion within the UK’s Muslim communities.

If anyone is responsible for the situation in which “a tiny minority of zealots can dominate the political debate and constantly depict Islam as intolerant and bigoted” it is the journalists who produce warped media coverage like that.


The right to offend/The Guardian

A criminal attack on the Jewel of Medina publisher should not distract us from recognising that we all rely on free speech

* The Bungla may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he certainly smells the coffee:

To those who are sending out emails urging Muslim organisations to call for the Jewel of Medina to be banned on the grounds of “provocation”, just imagine if members of the BNP were to threaten to riot because they found the publication and distribution of the Qur’an to be offensive – would we consider withdrawing copies of the Qur’an? Of course, we would not.