This struck me as a inconsistent position to be taken by someone who claims to represent the ‘Muslim Community’ in Great Britain so I submitted my own comment under the article yesterday
I had a look this morning to see if my comment had passed moderation and discovered instead that comment submission had been closed and the following message had been appended to the comment thread
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Which isn’t exactly true as they’re not posting comments that were accepted for moderation and reproduction. There’s a little bit of retrospective malarky going on over at CiF
Anyway, I’m reproducing my comment here just in case Inayat ever Googles his own name. I liked it and it seems a shame to waste it...
Given that 59% of Muslims polled have expressed doubts about the Official Narrative of 7/7, Inayat has a couple of honourable courses of action open to him IMHO
Establish why so many Muslims have those doubts and either :
- explain to them why those doubts are ill-founded by addressing the grounds for their concern directly
- represent their point of view
I can’t see how simply dismissing a large group of people as nutters whilst claiming to represent them can be tenable
He’d also be doing us non-Muslims who feel uneasy about the 7/7 narrative a favour too, one way or the other
And BTW does anyone actually know if permission for a march was given and, if so, who applied for it?
Of course, the irony of all this is is that if people who are sceptical about statements made by the proven liars in our government really did suffer from some form of mental illness all the choppers who call them 'nuts' couldn't get away with it.