Perhaps they have to bomb a few more buses & trains Â to become more popular. Or perhaps they should join an orchestra playing tunes like “I wanna be loved by you”…. but then again, music is haram in Islam… what to do, what to do….?
(UKPA) thanks to Mullah
The usual suspects. Abdul Bari is the guy with the lousy wig in the middle…
There is “growing disenchantment” among British Muslims at the Government’s failure to tackle a surge in anti-Islamic hostility, a religious group said.
In other news:
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) wrote to the Home Secretary to highlight the “growing problem” after a march by far-right group the English Defence League (EDL) at the weekend.
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- Gallopping crazyness Â in politically correct, dhimmified Labour Britan:
* Update: UK teacher fired after reporting Muslim students’ racism
A panellist Â on Al BeBeeCeera suggested that Mr Bari believed the kidnapping and killing of British soldiers was a good and Islamic thing.Â Mr Bari was not (even) mentioned by name, but was implied in the panellist’s reference to the “leadership” of the Muslim Council of Britain. For that he getsÂ Â£45,000 in damages?Â
The Islamofascists must be laughing their sorry asses off!
BBC pays damages to Muslim “leader”
Â Â Â Â Â Mr Bari has publicly condemned the killing of British troops
The BBC has agreed to pay Â£45,000 in damages to the head of the Muslim Council of Britain over a libellous claim in the Question Time programme.
The claim was made by a panellist on the programme, who accused Muhammad Abdul Bari of implicitly condoning the kidnap and killing of British soldiers.
Mr Bari argued this was untrue, citing his public condemnation of the killing of British troops in Iraq in 2007.
The BBC accepted the argument and apologised unreservedly.
The libellous claim – made on the 12 March 2009 edition of Question Time – came in response to a question from an audience member concerning controversial protests in March by a group of Muslim men against a regiment of British troops on parade in Luton on their return from duty in Iraq.
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