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Friday, May 26, 2017

Manchester Islamist After Suicide Bombing: Being Racist as Bad as Being a Terrorist Killer

If you ever forget how stupid and disgusting a real Sharia-believing Muslim can be, read this, and watch this video:
Harris Farooqi from Manchester, England, was once accused of terrorist activities and held by authorities. 
Farooqi spoke with a BBC reporter after Islamist suicide bomber Salman Abedi blew up 22 children and adults at a Monday night concert. 
Harris Farooqi: What is an extremist? What is a sign of extremism? From my case when I was accused of being a terrorist it was said that extremism was practicing your faith. We were told that if you’re praying five times a day that’s the first step of extremism… Look, no one agrees with extremism or terrorism in any form, but when you’re discriminating against a set of people within a community that lived in peace for many years, I think that’s extreme and racist and terrorism itself.
By the way, Harris Farooqi was arrested and tried at the same time, for the same crime, as his father Munir Farooqi. They were accused of recruiting for the Taliban. HIS FATHER WAS CONVICTED AND GIVEN FOUR LIFE SENTENCES, along with two other men.

Harris was acquitted.

So yeah, he's innocent. Innocent as a Bambi smelling flowers in a pretty meadow. He's so, so fucking innocent.

This is who the BBC went to to get the other side of the story.

The BBC is a terrorist organization bent on destroying the UK and Western Civilization.
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Blogger Always On Watch said...

And thousands of these nutjobs are living in every Western country.

I feel doom.

Friday, May 26, 2017 8:54:00 pm  

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