Strange Bedfellows Indeed

Al Arabiya couldn’t be more pleased:

efea143d-a912-4bf4-bd3a-cf2d185f94d0_16x9_788x442Founder of the Tell Mama hotline Fiyaz Mughal (L) together with famous useful idiot gay activist Peter Tatchell.

“Tell Mama” Grievance Monger Fiyaz Mughal  intends to fight “Islamophobia” by recruiting senior figures from amongst Homosexuals and  deluded Kumbaya Jews.

 Richard Benson, a former president of the Community Security Trust (CST), a Jewish organization that battles anti-Semitism, will  be the group’s joint chairman.

A sad state of affairs. Homo’s and deluded Jews sucking up to a muselmanic agitprop who’s religion commands him to kill them both.  What a bunch of deluded f*kcwits!

By Staff writer | Al Arabiya News
Sunday, 6 April 2014

The founder of a UK-based hotline that helps fight Islamophobia is recruiting senior figures from the gay and Jewish communities to send out a message against all forms of intolerance, a local newspaper reported Sunday.

The Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks) helpline, whose aim is to help victims and measure the level of anti-Muslim attacks in Britain, has invited the famous gay activist Peter Tatchell to become its patron, the Sunday Expressreported.

The daily also revealed that Tell MAMA’s founder, Fiyaz Mughal, will make yet another controversial announcement next week when he officially recruits Richard Benson, a former president of the Community Security Trust (CST), a Jewish organization that battles anti-Semitism, to be the group’s joint chairman.

Mughal, who started the group in 2012, said that by linking up with key figures from these two communities, a message of tolerance will be proliferated.

“We’re clear. If you are homophobic or anti-Semitic, you can’t campaign against anti-Muslim prejudice,” he told the Sunday Express.

He added: “The two things just do not go together. If you’re an intolerant figure against someone else, you can’t then cry wolf when something happens to you… We’ll stand against intolerance in all communities.”

Charm offensive

Mughal’s invitation to Tatchell comes after his challenge last month to Mohammad Naseem, the chairman of the huge Birmingham Central Mosque, over his stance on homosexuality.

Naseem had likened homosexuals as being akin to “compulsive murderer[s],” “gambler[s]” or “pedophile[s],” adding that gays in Muslims countries should “respect the law and control their desire.”

Mughal, angry by what he called Naseem’s “disgraceful” remarks, wrote an article on the Tell MAMA website in which he described the chairman as being “fundamentally wrong.”

Since his unorthodox announcement, Mughal has faced being ostracized by some fellow Muslims.

An anonymous leaflet under the banner “Muslim Community Alert” was circulated to mosques and other Muslim communities after his challenge to Naseem.

It read: “Beware of the Tell MAMA organization.”

The leaflet criticized the initiative, saying it “exposed its reformist agenda” and it had “overstepped its stated remit.”

In defense, Mughal told the daily that “the leaflets suggest I’m trying to change, that Islam is under threat, and that just plays into a deeply corrosive narrative.”

Mughal, who claims he tries to express the sentiments of mainstream Muslims, described them as the “silent majority.”

The Tell MAMA founder has also been targeted by far-right groups and such as the British National Party (BNP) and English Defense League, the Sunday Express reported.