Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Look at this blatant deceit in the Guardian today in an article about the latest wave of Muslim rage following the new Charlie Hebdo depiction of the Bandit Mohammed.

Sara Khan, a co-director of the counter-extremism and women’s rights organisation Inspire, said the cover image was not offensive. “The image on the front cover is not an image of anger on behalf of Charlie Hebdo. I don’t see it as an image of provocation either,” she said. 
Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Khan said the image was “very respectful” of Muhammad’s teachings. She said: “As all Muslims will tell you, the prophet was a man who was regularly ridiculed, mocked, insulted, humiliated and the prophet always used to respond with mercy and compassion and forgiveness.”
Source: Guardian
Here is a list of the poets who mocked the Bandit Mohammed and were then assassinated upon his orders: Mohammed's Dead Poet's Society. So this is a blatant lie. She must either know what she is saying is false or else she is so ignorant of the basic facts of Mohammed's biography that she is unqualified to speak publicly about them.
I can't find any information about whether this "Inspire" organisation (interesting that it has exactly the same name as the Al Qaeda magazine) receives public money or not, but the answer is almost certainly yes.


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