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and the depth of their manipulation shown here:
they are a key player in all current political issues.

Its now clear that the BBC is controlled by Muslims, who get any awkward messages for Islam, suppressed.  Thus the BBC is another of our Watchmen that has been hijacked.  This forum will be used to collect their fabrications, obfuscations and misdirections.

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The BBC's Misrepresentation of Islam

Published on Friday, 25 October 2013 21:28.  Written by IQ al Rassooli 

I was directed to the BBC web pages on the religion of Islam. Having read most of the content and found an enormous number of misconceptions, misrepresentations and blatant falsehoods, I came to the conclusion that it could not have been put up by the BBC but by the Boko Haram Broadcasting Corporation.

Before I even begin to point out the most important errors, I would like readers to know that the politically correct dimwits and the followers of Muhammad will most certainly accuse me of being a racist, an Islamophobe or both.

There are three types of people who could have authored such incredible misrepresentations and unconscionable mendacities:

1) A person who knows as much about Muhammad's Quran and Sunna as a pig knows about the science of personal hygiene.

2) A Muslim who is deliberately whitewashing the hatemongering and warmongering verses of Muhammad's Quran.

3) A total moron.

Let me point out the following to the dimwits and to the Muslims:

1) Islam is not a religion but a cult belief system, the cult of Muhammad. It has followers of every race, colour, nationality and tradition, and hence is not a race, therefore I cannot be called a racist.

2) The immense majority of people who accuse anyone who points out the true characteristics of the cult of Muhammad (Islam) are invariably accused of being Islamophobic, without the accusers actually knowing how to spell the term or what it really means.

3) The single most important item to be remembered by every person reading my articles or listening to my talks is the fact that humanity has only the word of Muhammad that he received 'revelations' from Allah through the Angel Gabriel.

Neither Muhammad's wives nor his companions ever saw or heard Gabriel talk to Muhammad. All that humanity has are the unsubstantiated, unwitnessed and uncorroborated words and declarations of a single man called Muhammad that what he is telling his followers are truths.

Let me enlighten these holier-than-thou Sharia ignoramuses that 'phobia' is usually associated with irrational fear, such as arachnophobia (fear of spiders), acrophobia (fear of heights), ailurophobia (fear of cats) etc. These fears – there are hundreds of them – are not associated with any prior dreadful experience by the person, which is why these fears are irrational.

Hence fearing Islam's scripture is totally rational and not fearing Islam's scripture would be totally irrational.

Having set the stage, I shall now address the most important misconceptions, mistranslations or deliberate falsifications in the BBC version of Islam.

A) Anyone reading (let alone studying) the history of Arabia prior to, during and after Muhammad would know that Allah is not God but the name and only the name of the supreme god of pagan Arabia of 360 deities set in stone centuries before Muhammad and his Quran. After all, Allah, the pagan god of Arabia, had three daughters: al Lat; al Uzza and al Manat (famous for The Satanic Verses controversy).

Muhammad very cleverly metamorphosed the god of pagan Arabia (Allah) into the God of Jesus, Moses and Abraham.

Muhammad actually repackaged the pagan god Allah and Islamised it into the one and only God of Israel.

Can I prove my assertion that Allah is not God and most definitely not the same as the God of Jesus, Moses and Abraham?

Of course I can; in over twenty different ways in less than sixty seconds, each way based entirely on the Islamic scripture itself.

B) The BBC gives the word 'Jihad' the benefit of the doubt that it is holy war but can also mean a spiritual struggle to commune with God. To dispel even a shadow of a doubt that there is any chance that Jihad (according to Sharia) can be other than total war against unbelievers/ kuffar, I am willing to wager the sum of $100,000 to the first person who can show us all a single operative verse in either Muhammad's Quran or Sunna demonstrating Jihad as a spiritual struggle to commune with God.

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 4.50 narrated by Anas bin Malik

"The Prophet said, 'A single endeavour of fighting in Allah's cause {Qital fi Sabil Allah} [Jihad] is better than the world and whatever is in it.'"

Sahih Muslim Hadith 4631 and 4626 Abu Huraira

"I heard Muhammad say: ... 'I love that I should be killed in Allah's Cause [Jihad]; then I should be brought back to life and be killed again.'"

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 4.73 narrated by Abdullah bin Abi Aufa

Allah's Apostle said, "Know that Paradise is under the shades of swords."

There are hundreds more similar verses in the Quran and Hadiths (traditions about Muhammad as transmitted by his wives, family and companions) for those who have the appetite for blood.

According to the exegetes of Islam, Jihad is the unwritten Sixth Pillar of Islam.

C) The BBC alleges that Muslims conduct Jihad invariably in self-defence like Muhammad. Really?

Dear readers, It was Muhammad who aggressed against his own kith and kin the pagan Quraysh in the years 620 to 622AD when he started on his self-proclaimed mission as the messenger of Allah.

According to the Hadiths, it was Muhammad who started his aggression against the Quraysh by insulting, demeaning and humiliating the (pagan) religion and beliefs of the Arabs in Mecca for almost 13 years, and they did not slaughter him.

It was Muhammad who declared war against his own people because they refused to accept him as the messenger of Allah their God.

Al Tauba 9:05: "And when the sacred months have passed, then kill the polytheists wherever you find them and capture them and besiege them and sit in wait for them with every strategy of war. But if they should repent, establish prayer, and give zakah, let them [go] on their way. Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful."

It was Muhammad who ambushed the caravans of the Quraysh for plunder, starting at Badr.

The Quraysh was a trading tribe. Their richest caravan was coming home from Syria heading to Mecca under the leadership of Abu Sufyan. The caravan was protected by some thirty men. News of the arrival of the caravan reached Muhammad, who couldn't resist the temptation.

Sirat Ibn Hisham tells us:

Muhammad called for the Muslims and said: "These are the camels of Quraysh with their money, go for it may Allah make it yours."

What a nice messenger of Allah! He then organised a force of over three-hundred of his followers to ambush the caravan before it arrived in Mecca.

Bukhari vol. 3 book 46 no. 717 pp. 431-432

"The Prophet had suddenly attacked Bani Mustaliq without warning while they were heedless and their cattle were being watered at the places of water. Their fighting men were killed and their women and children were taken as captives; the Prophet got Juwairiya on that day."

Dear readers, I can go on and on and on till hell freezes, but neither you nor I have the time or the stomach for these wilful deceptions and mendacities.

Having studied and researched the subjects of Muhammad, his Quran, his Sunna, Sharia, the New Testament and Hebrew Bible for over thirty years (in Arabic mother tongue as well as in English) the only conclusion I could come to is the following:

No one ever revealed the Quran to Muhammad because every single letter, word, verse/ aya and chapter/ sura is the product of Muhammad's imagination. These are the secretions of his mind, representing his alter ego, his autobiography, but very cleverly projected into the unsuspecting mouths of Allah and Gabriel to give them the aura of sanctity and divinity.

Anyone finding my statements and/ or conclusions unacceptable, do yourselves a favour: put up or shut up!

IQ al Rassooli – kafir and proud!

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This is interesting - concerns a Panorama programme on napalmed kids in Syria and its timing relation to a parliamentary debate. Whole Panorama docu seems staged. Charity Commission not remotely interested in charity workers posing with the latest guerilla arms technology.

Once again, the BBC has put a Muslim in charge of the state-approved religious broadcasting.  People are really, really dumb if they fail to recognize that the elite have submitted to Islam.

BBC snitches ; - looks like it is time for a campaign to abolish the license fee !

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Another "nice" refutation of the EDL's raison d'etre by the MC-BBC.  Apparently, all we have to do is stop the hate and learn how to get along with an ideology that wants to kill us.  Should be easy-peasy!

I left the EDL after befriending an ex-jihadist

I realised we have far more in common than which divides us.

Ivan Humble25 January 2018

It’s been three years since I left the English Defence League (EDL). I don’t miss it, but I don’t regret joining either. It made me who I am today.

Where I grew up, in Lowestoft, Suffolk, nearly everyone was white. Everything we knew about Muslims, we got from the newspapers. Often, the articles we saw were anti-Muslim. Maybe that’s what sells papers.

I left school in 1986, when I was 16. I got a job in a chicken factory, working long hours and burning myself out. In 1998, by then the father of two children, I had a nervous breakdown. The day they hospitalised me, my partner left me—I think I’d been a nightmare to live with.

I was in hospital for 13 weeks and when I got out, things had changed. My friends started avoiding me, telling me I was a “psycho” and a “nutter”. I quit my job and became a bit of a recluse, and began struggling with depression.

While all my mates were down the pub, I was at home watching TV, cut off from people. My lifeline was online.

I’d scroll through social media late at night, and that’s where, in 2009, I found the English Defence League (EDL). I was raising money with a friend for the British Army - we were doing it voluntarily - and had seen a Facebook video showing the hate preacher Anjem Choudary verbally attacking British troops. I wrote a comment expressing my anger and within 15 minutes, someone had sent me a message. We chatted for three hours about my fundraising work and why I posted my comment and he asked if I wanted to be an admin on the EDL’s Facebook page. I said yes. I was just looking for somewhere to belong.

I began posting links to negative stories about Muslims and took part in my first demo a few months later. It was like I got addicted. Organising and attending the rallies became my drug of choice. You’ve been speaking to all these people online and when you meet them, it’s like you’ve known them all your life.

Before long, I met EDL’s then leader, Tommy Robinson, and he ended up making me regional organiser for East Anglia. In Tommy’s book, Enemy of the State, he names me as a good friend, who always had his back.

People ask if I feel I was groomed by the EDL but that’s not how I see it. I had something in common with them, an anger and frustration at militant Islam. I felt like we had a shared purpose, of wanting to defeat it.

As the months passed, I got more and more involved with the EDL. The kids were both living with me by then, but I was basically ignoring them, spending every hour I had planning and organising. I ended up really believing that all Muslims are bad. The EDL became my full-time job, and I was on benefits to pay the bills. I know my dad didn’t agree with me joining the group, but my family never tried to stop me.

A year in, though, something changed. In 2010, we held a demonstration against a mosque in Peterborough. In response, the Imams asked us for a meeting to discuss things. We didn’t accept, but it was like a sea parted in my head.

I kept thinking, 'Why do these people who we stand against want to speak to us?' It nagged at me for a year. Eventually, I decided to act. I was out shopping with the kids when I saw some Muslim women go into a public library in Norwich. I followed them up there.

They went into this big room with about 60 other Muslims and I just went up and knocked on the window. This white guy came out and I told him I was EDL, and asked if we could perhaps have a chat. He agreed, saying that he had long wanted to speak to the EDL, but hadn't known how.

The next day we met for coffee. I was nervous and didn't know what to say, so we stuck to small talk. Over the next six months, though, we continued meeting and I talked to him about my negative views towards Islam. He helped me see that hating an entire religion was irrational.

In that same period, I met Manwar Ali, a former jihadist.

The EDL had heard rumours that Manwar had bought a church in Ipswich to convert to a super-mosque. We turned up to confront him and he told us we’d got it wrong, it was going to be a community centre.

We began talking that day and despite our different backgrounds, I became good friends with Manwar, who’s about seven or eight years older than me. Getting to know him challenged my prejudices even more, and in the end we worked together on converting the church to a community centre.

In 2013, when my dad died of cancer, it was Manwar who I turned to, not the EDL.

When the soldier Lee Rigby was killed, Manwar and I arranged a joint march with some Muslims and members of the EDL in Lee's memory. A few newspapers covered it and I remember wishing that my dad had been alive to see it.

I stayed in the EDL for about 10 more months after that, but I’d stopped enjoying it. I kept thinking about stuff Manwar and other Muslims had told me about the differences between Islam and militant Islam and the importance of not giving into hate. One day I realised, 'I’m done.'

Leaving was tough. I got a lot of abuse and a few threats from other EDL members. People said I was a race traitor. Someone posted my address online and people threatened to come to my house and beat me up.

I didn’t regret leaving the EDL but I missed the lads - that sense of brotherhood. I stayed in touch with some of them, but it wasn’t the same.

In 2014, soon after I left, I decided to ring the Suffolk Hate Crime Service, which helps people who have experienced or witnessed hate crimes. They had often monitored the EDL, and I thought I could be of use, teaching people about why I joined the group.

They invited me to a workshop on radicalisation and that’s when my new life began.

Since then, I’ve spoken at hate crime vigils, given talks and ended up going viral in a video talking about my past. Now I work as an associate trainer with Me and You, an organisation which teaches people about extremism and radicalisation.

I last spoke to Tommy Robinson about eight months ago. We’re different people now, but it doesn’t mean we can’t be friends. I try and live by what Jo Cox said: “We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.”

And it's part of that phrase that I'm having tattooed on my left forearm: “We have far more in common than which divides us”.


1.When he was with the EDL he was unemployed and penniless (and there was virtually no Islamization of his town)

2.Now he's a paid turncoat

It's a story as old as Judas Escariot.

I'm considering doing a video to expose these people.  They all go from being penniless nobodies whom the BBC wouldn't give space to speak, to being given wads of cash and access to the mass media once they recant.   Just like Islam allows zakat to be paid to Dhimmis to get them to convert.

Yes, there were 2 parts of his story that jarred with me. Firstly, how is this person supposed by the BBC to give reputable evidence?

  • I had a nervous breakdown. The day they hospitalised me, my partner left me—I think I’d been a nightmare to live with.  I was in hospital for 13 weeks and when I got out, things had changed. My friends started avoiding me, telling me I was a “psycho” and a “nutter”. I quit my job and became a bit of a recluse, and began struggling with depression.

Secondly, he rang this organisation, they didn't ring him. So what was his motivation at that point? Of course, the MC-BBC wouldnt ask such a question.

  • In 2014, soon after I left, I decided to ring the Suffolk Hate Crime Service, which helps people who have experienced or witnessed hate crimes. They had often monitored the EDL, and I thought I could be of use, teaching people about why I joined the group.

But hang on, this Judas hadnt experienced or witnessed any hate crimes so far?  I guess he had decided to simply classify 'disliking Islam' as a 'hate crime'.

As per their playbook, the Muslims in the BBC will not show who really caused trouble when Tommy Robinson went to celebrate his free speech rights at Speaker's Corner.


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