Thanks to Mullah, pbuh
Baroness Warsi said she had personally championed the campaign to combat anti-Muslim hatred.
“It is important we fight this new form of hate crime,” she told the Lords at question time.
“But we have been here before. There have been moments in our history when we haven’t been entirely comfortable with a faith community, when we have questioned the loyalty of faith communities whether that’s been the Jewish community or the Catholic community.
Koranimals are not Jews. Â Last time we checked they murdered Jews & Christians and Â they have a genocide planned for them. Its in their unholy books!
“But it’s been our trust in our institutions and our values that has got us through it and we will get through it again.”
There will be speed bumps on the road to the caliphate.
In other news:
Its a celebration, ya’all!
“The Muslim contribution to world culture, science and the arts is enormous.”– (barf bag, quick! There is no end to this!)
Warsi boycotts Davoud Camoron’s every move to keep once great Britain safe from violent jihad or creeping sharia….
Warsi is alleged by multiple sources in and out of government to have consistently resisted calls to develop a proper strategy on integration and tackling extremism at its roots, even though this is the Prime Minister’s policy and part of her job at the Communities and Local Government department. “Sayeeda made clear when she got the job at CLG that she didn’t agree with the Prime Minister and that she simply wasn’t going to do this bit of her job.’
Lady Warsi’s comments came amid growing concern over young British Muslims travelling to Syria to take part in the fighting there.
She was replying to Baroness Uddin who offered condolences to the family of Nahid Almanea, a Saudi Arabian student who was murdered in Colchester, Essex, last month.
Police said although there was no evidence of the killing being a hate crime, it was “one of the main lines” of inquiry being pursued.
Lady Uddin said such “brutal” attacks and the rise of Islamophobia were reasons why some young people were “resistant to working across different faith groups”.
England had a record that was “second to none” of undertaking multi-faith work “in this arena,” she added.