One of the most shocking findings, from both Birmingham City Council’s report and from the Government’s own investigation into the Trojan Horse affair, was the incredulous hate peddling promoted to young children by fundamentalist Muslims who attempted to infiltrate a number of schools. Children had been told not to listen to Christians because they were "all liars"; and how they were "lucky to be Muslims and not ignorant like Christians and Jews." Schools put up posters warning children that if they didn't pray they would "go to hell" and girls were taught that women who refused to have sex with their husbands would be "punished" by angels "from dusk to dawn". One of the ringleaders of the Trojan Horse plot told an undercover reporter that “white women have the least amount of morals”, white children were “lazy” and that British people have “colonial blood.”
Sarah outlines her objections:
Please read the rest of her excellent article:
One of a growing handful of voices from within the Muslim community against the hatred peddled by the Islamists who have bullied and hijacked the Muslim community in this country and elsewhere.
Sarah Khan is director of the counter-extremism organisation Inspire.
In other news I was intrigued to read this report from the Gatestone Institute in their latest round up published today that:
Conference attendees called on the Spanish government to sponsor an official study aimed at finding ways to bring European food standards into compliance with Islamic Sharia law.
Now I'm as concerned about food safety as the next person, but complying with Islamic Sharia Law? What the feck is that supposed to mean?
I am not having some wild eyed bunch of religious imbeciles telling me what I can or cannot eat. So this proposal can go take a running jump. Who the hell do these people think they are? Yet another stealthy attempt to impose their religious values on the rest of us.
For fear of being accused of so-called "Islamophobia" I reckon we might have to march under the slogan:
Defend the Bacon Sarnie!
When do want it? Now!
Just don't tell my Rabbi. Oh wait, I don't believe in God(s) so it doesn't matter.