Katie Hopkins has taken her anti-Islam crusade to a whole new level – and taken aÂ swipe at the most dangerous terrorist organisation in the world.
The sarcastic mum-of-three, who has been posting anti-Islamic tweets all week, shared a picture of a red, yellow and green cake with ISIS – the name of the world’s most extreme Islamic terrorist group -Â written on it.
“Happy Ramadan to the Muslim militia – another juicy cake to help you break the fast. #merrychristmas,” she captioned the shot.
Nasty knickers Katie has been on a crusade against the entire Islamic community and their sacred festival of Ramadan since fasting began on Sunday.
“Ramadan typically brings a spike in violence in Middle East. I get grumpy when I don’t eat – but I don’t blow things up. Religion of peace?,” she tweeted.
“If we take 5:2 as a basic idea, what is the ratio for Ramadan? 18:6?” she continued sarcastically.
Among posting other insults, the attention-seeking columnist shared a picture of a yummy-looking cake under the caption: “Are you celebrating Ramadan? Here is a picture of a juicy cake. Rainbow cake.Â #itsgoodtobegay.”
And it wasn’t long before Katie was being slammed left, right and centre for her insensitive comments.
“There’ll be burning effigies of you from here to Karachi now,” wrote one Twitter user.
“I’d be pretty grumpy too if some uneducated white person decided it was okay to mock my religious conviction but whatever,” said another.
“You should start fasting as well!!!! It will help you reduce the double chin,” added another.
Â ButÂ the potty-mouthed telly personalityÂ seems rather amused by all the hatred she’s attracting.
“Angry people, please crack on with your diets and stop asking Allah to forgive me. I am beyond redemption,” she tweeted on Monday.
The snobby mum then thanked all her *fans* for all their support.
“Thank you for all the terribly kind support today – as ever. Sometimes it takes a woman to man up and tell it like it is,” she wrote.
We can’t tell whether she’s being sarcastic.
Katie then went on to continue attacking Islam, by posting another picture of a yummy-looking cake.
“Here we are my friends enjoying Ramadan. Another juicy cake for you,” she captioned the snap.
She added: “Islam supports homophobia. If I object to this homophobia, it’s called Islamophobia, seen as ‘worse’. We have a new hierarchy of phobias.”
“This ain’t gonna go down well (sic)” wrote on user.
“Sometimes your opinions are on point but can you please just let people have their own beliefs without being unnecessarily rude,” added another.