“The last hour (judgement day) will not come until the Muslims fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the Gharqad tree would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.”
[Sahih Muslim 41:6985, Sahih Bukhari 4:56:791] Islamic scripture
3rd Reich edition of the Koran
The fall out from the farcical Glasgow March Against Racism seems to show no sign of abating.
Column 5 wrote about the treatment of the Glasgow Friends of Israel (GFI) group as they were harassed with anti-Semitic chants by Islamists, Marxists and Irish Republicans on the march through Glasgow city centre.
Now we can report that the Muslim Council of Scotland (MCS) boycotted the march due to the presence of GFI.
MCS attempts to cloak it’s anti-Semitism by claiming to be “anti-Zionist”. But this is a smokescreen. Zionism is merely the belief that the Jews are entitled to a national homeland – to oppose this means that you don’t believe the Jews have a place in the world and should not entitled to the same rights as any other nation.
As the quoted Hadith shows, this anti-Semitic belief stems directly from Islamic scripture.
Of course, there were other Jewish groups on the march, but the Islamists at MCS only want the right kind of Jew. The kind that won’t stand up and assert their rights to a homeland. The willing Dhimmi and payer of Jizya.
The MCS has made a song and dance about “Islamophobic” behaviour in Scotland – which appears to be limited to looking at a Muslim the wrong way at a bus-stop, and making fun of backward cultural practices like the Hijab – yet is has a terrible record of standing in solidarity with other groups when they ask for public support. It even boycotted Holocaust memorial events until recently.
It also has a history of running it’s own campaigns of suppression.
It’s clear tolerance is a one way street as far as MCS is concerned. And, as Scotland’s largest Islamic advocacy group, this should worry all of us.
It leads us to ask if the group is representative of the views of mainstream Muslims. If not, one would expect more Muslims to speak out against the group – any time now would be great, thanks – because it’s smearing their name whether they like it or not.
The hitherto lack of condemnation from leading Muslims seems to confirm our worst fears – anti-Semitism is already a problem for British Muslims.