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Head of Islamic Human Rights Commission Calls Gay Conservative Author Douglas Murray a “Hate Preacher”

Also slaps same label on Muslim reformist Maajid Nawaz.

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During a debate about social media censorship, the head of the Islamic Human Rights Commission called gay conservative author Douglas Murray a “hate preacher”.

Massoud Shadjareh also said that Muslim reformist and liberal author Maajid Nawaz was a “hate preacher”.

When confronted by Caolan Robertson on why he only advocated for censoring people on the right, Shadjareh’s comeback was bizarre.

“Douglas Murray and Maajid Nawaz I said are hate preachers because of the fact that they are associating acts of terrorism with ordinary citizens law-abiding Muslim community – for that they are hate preachers,” said Shadjareh.

Shadjareh went on to repeat that Nawaz, who recently sued the SPLC for over $3 million dollars after they falsely accused him of being an “extremist,” was a “hate preacher”.

Neither Nawaz or Murray have ever blamed acts of terrorism on ordinary law-abiding Muslims.

Murray is the furthest from a “hate preacher” one could get – a mild mannered gay conservative best-selling author and a noted public intellectual.

Although the debate was centered around the release of a new documentary – You Can’t Watch This – which can be viewed here, Shadjareh was forced to admit that he hadn’t even seen the film.

This yet again illustrates how the left’s contrived moral panic over online “hate content” is being exploited in a push to censor mainstream conservative views.

Watch the whole debate below.

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Iran: Woman Dragged Away, Arrested For Protesting Mandatory Hijab Law

But it’s a ‘symbol of feminism’ according to leftists.

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A video out of Iran shows a screaming woman being dragged away and arrested by police for not wearing her hijab.

The clip, which was posted to Twitter by a human rights activist, shows the woman being manhandled by uniformed officers as she attempts to resist.

“This is the reality of Islamic Republic of Iran,” wrote Ashraf Baloch. “Today in Inghelab street police savagely arrested this woman for protesting compulsory hijab.”

As this video shows, women in Iran are routinely harassed not just by police but by other Iranian men for not covering up.

While women in Iran risk arrest, incarceration and torture for protesting against the hijab, the Islamic veil is celebrated by leftists in the west as a symbol of feminism.

Last year, CNN was slammed for championing the new ‘hijab barbie’.

As the video below documents, The very first Arab feminist groups discarded the hijab.

The first thing women in areas of Syria areas liberated from ISIS oppression did was discard the hijab.

According to Muslim reformist Asra Q. Nomani, the Islamic veil “segregates, subordinates, silences, jails and kills women and girls around the world.”

The hijab represents the oppression and subjugation of women throughout the Middle East, so why does our media and culture celebrate it?

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Two Years After Islamic Terror Attack, Ad For Islamic Group With Alleged Terror Ties Appears on Side of Manchester Arena

Billboard quotes Koran passage.

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Two years after an Islamic terrorist killed 23 and injured 139 people, many of them children, at the Manchester Arena, an ad for an Islamic group with alleged ties to terrorism has appeared on the side of the building.

On May 22, 2017, radical Islamist Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated a homemade shrapnel bomb as people were leaving an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena.

The attack was the deadliest in the UK since the 2005 London bombings, with more than half of the victims being children.

It subsequently emerged that Abedi was a refugee rescued from Libya by the Royal Navy before he took a flight to the UK three years before the attack.

Almost two years to the day of the Manchester Arena bombing, a huge billboard has appeared on the side of the building promoting the Koran and an Islamic charity.

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“To save a life is as if you’ve saved all of mankind,” states the ad, which was paid for by Islamic Relief, an organization which is banned in Israel for allegedly funding Hamas.

In 2016, HSBC cut ties with the group after concerns that cash meant for humanitarian purposes was being sent to terrorist groups abroad.

The government of Bangladesh also put restrictions of the group, alleging funds were being used to promote radicalism. The United Arab Emirates government also blacklisted the group as an alleged terrorist front in 2016.

So to summarize, an Islamic group with alleged links to terrorism that has been blacklisted by numerous countries and a bank is now advertising on the side of a building that was bombed by an Islamic terrorist just two years ago.

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Paris: Islamist Bus Driver Refuses to Pick Up Woman Because of Short Skirt

“Think about dressing properly”.

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A bus driver in Paris described as an “Islamist” refused to pick up the daughter of a famous Algerian poet because her skirt was too short.

According to a report by Italian newspaper Il Giornale, the incident occurred last Tuesday at the Botzaris stop near the Buttes Chaumont park in the 19th arrondissement.

In a Facebook post (which was subsequently censored), Algerian poet Kamel Bencheikh revealed how his 29-year-old daughter Elise and her friend attempted to board the bus at 11pm in the evening.

“When the bus arrived, the driver stopped, looked at them, and left without opening the doors,” wrote Bencheikh.

The girls ran after the bus and managed to catch up to it at a red light. When they asked the driver why they weren’t allowed on board, he responded, “Think about dressing as you should.”

“This individual, who drives a bus and is paid by my taxes, prevented my daughter, a holder of a Navigo pass [subscription pass for public transport in Paris], which was valid and therefore in order, from boarding, only because she was dressed in a skirt,” wrote Bencheikh.

The Paris public transport company RATP promised to investigate the driver, but failed to offer an apology to Elise and her friend. Only a few Republican politicians complained about the incident.

According to the Il Giornale report, Islamists have been entrusted with driving the buses in Paris’ notorious outer suburbs to prevent troublemakers throwing rocks at the vehicles.

“This is the case with Samy Amimour, one of the jihadists who bloodied the Bataclan Theatre,” states the report. “From 2010 to 2012, before going to Syria to fight with the Islamic State, he was a driver for RATP. In the book Mohammed at the wheel — Sharia at the turn, as recalled by Libero, Ghislaine Dumesnit had accused French unions of allowing radicalized Muslims to infiltrate the transport agency, the bus depots were transformed into prayer halls, and drivers were always discriminated against by colleagues of the Islamic faith.”

The media has long declared that “no-go zones” or areas of major cities where de facto sharia law is enforced is all a “conspiracy theory”.

This, despite CNN cameras filming precisely that in London many years ago.

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