Archive for January, 2009

Prince Harry…Islamophobia Watch wades in

January 15, 2009

Tory blogger condemns Muslim critic of Prince Harry, denies ‘Paki’ is racist

Controversial Conservative blogger Donal Blaney and Tory MEP Daniel Hannan have criticised the views of Rochdale-based director of Muslim youth organisation, The Ramadhan Foundation, Mohammed Shafiq, after he spoke out on the current Prince Harry revelation.

Donal Blaney has described Mr Shafiq has having “the ego the size of a mosque” and said in his blog: “The notion that calling a mate by such a nickname that he himself did not find offensive is ‘sickening’ is laughable. To call it ‘racism’ demeans a powerful word that is now bandied about by the left so often as to have become virtually meaningless other than as a tool to silence those (usually on the right) with whom one disagrees.”

“Mohammed Shafiq speaks for nobody but himself,” said Mr Blaney. “For The Sunday Times to have called him a ‘muslim leader’ is dangerous and wrong. He is not elected by muslims at all – or anyone else. He is what he is: a left-wing community agitator who, despite his protestations of wanting to unite society, seems more intent on dividing society. His attack on Prince Harry should be seen in this light.”

Meanwhile Daniel Hannan MEP, in his blog for the Telegraph, has backed his Tory colleague. He said: “Unsurprisingly, Mr Shafiq came up with a suitably Spartish attack on the prince. And he may, for all I know, have a point. But the fact remains that no one, Muslim or non-Muslim, has ever elected him to any office. Why is he described as ‘Muslim leader’? Whom does he lead?”

Responding to the Tories’ comments, Mr Shafiq told Rochdale Online:

“I did not call Prince Harry a racist, I said that his comments were racist, and I have never called myself a Muslim leader, those were the words used by the newspaper. I do not speak on behalf of the Muslim or Pakistani community, I speak on behalf of a Foundation. The word ‘Paki’ is an oppressive and derogatory term. I stand by my comments and I do not believe the Conservatives have a good track record when it comes to defending racial issues.”

 

Prince Harry is clearly a twat who does not engage his airheaded royal brain before he speeks.

But what has this got to do with Islam?

Answers on a postcard!

 

Invented Jew hatelist?

January 8, 2009

Sun invents ‘hate hit list’

 

Fears grew last night that hate-filled Islamic extremists are drawing up a “hit list” of Britain’s leading Jews – bringing the Middle East conflict terrifyingly close to home.

TV’s The Apprentice boss Sir Alan Sugar and Amy Winehouse record producer Mark Ronson are among prominent names discussed on a fanatics’ website. Labour Peer and pal of Tony Blair Lord Levy, Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Princess Diana’s divorce lawyer Anthony Julius are also understood to be potential targets.

British anti-terror expert Glen Jenvey is convinced online forum Ummah is being used to prepare a deadly backlash against UK Jews.

On the Ummah site, “Saladin1970” asks for help compiling “a list of those who support Israel”. “Abuislam” asks: “Have we got a list of top Jews we can target? Can someone post names and addresses?” Saladin1970 gives a link to the Power 100 list of top British Jews.

Mr Jenvey, 43, said: “The Ummah website has been used by extremists. Those listed should treat it very seriously. Expect a hate campaign and intimidation by 20 or 30 thugs.”

Sun, 7 January 2009

Yes we all know The Sun fabricate stories like this but Islamophobia Watch’s belief is that it could not possibly be true and must all be made up!

Following 9/11 and 7/7 we heard from the left-wing press of stories of Muslims being targetted. How much of those stories were all true? But the Islamophobiawatchers never questioned those.

Stories of Muslim extremists targetting Jews must be all made up and an example of the media’s Islamophobic racism.

Stories of Nazi racists targetting Muslims must all be true and an example of how Britain is becoming a racist anti Muslim society.

Questionable!