PUPPETRY OF THE DHIMMI

Wonder what you make of this item on Today this morning.It concerns “militant” Islam’s attack on puppets. That’s right – puppets in Pakistan. Andrew Hosken waxes lyrical about the “great cultural influence”of Islam in Pakistan and then highlights how those who “take an extreme view” of Islam threaten this. However this is in itself a matter of Hosken’s interpretation since there are many who feel that the Jihadisrs themselves operate an ideologically pure form of Islam. There are many tough questions that need to posed concerning Islam but Mr Hosken consistently shies away from doing this.

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2 Responses to PUPPETRY OF THE DHIMMI

  1. George R says:

    Yes. the BBC avoids criticising the history of Islam in the Indian subcontinent. The BBC avoids this:

    “After its birth in Arabia, Islam spread as a conquering creed both in the west and east with amazing rapidity…Naturally India, known to early Arabs as Hind va Sind too could not escape Muslim expansionist designs, and they sent their armies into India both by land and sea.” (p433-from  ‘Muslims invade India’ by K.S. Lal, in ‘Legacy of Jihad’ ed.  A.G. Bostom).
    So much for BBC Hosken on Islam’s ‘great cultural influence’.

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  2. Philip says:

    “The term “moderate Islam” Is ugly and offensive; there is no ‘moderate’ Islam; Islam is Islam” – Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkish Prime Minister

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