If you’re talking peace, wearing a burka with that on it is NOT going to help.
The Daily Mail reports:
The woman, named only as ‘Sid’, was part of a group of Muslims interviewed by Channel 4 News journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy in the Rusholme area of Manchester, which is home to the largest Libyan community in Europe.
The group vehemently condemned the Manchester Arena attack by 22-year-old suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who is of Libyan descent.
Here is what is on Sid’s burka:
She’s got ‘Love’ written out with weapons.
In it, Sid said she was ‘devastated’ by the news and urged people to ‘stand together’.
She said: ‘I don’t need to prove anything. I’m a good Muslim, I know I’m a good Muslim, my friends, everyone I interact with, they know I’m a good Muslim.
‘I’m not here to prove anything, but I’m here to say that we need to stand together, stand united, and help fight this. As Manchester, we are standing together.
‘I was at the vigil yesterday, fantastic crowd. We were there together to support each other and that is what we are here for. We will tackle it together.’
The irony of the burka and Sid’s words were not lost on some people:
In the West, ‘Love’ must mean something different.
Can’t you can hear her asking:
‘Why do the
infidels non-Muslims keep claiming that Islam is violent and not the ‘Religion of Peace’ that Barack Obama said it is?’
Gee, I wonder.
Maybe because we think it might be ‘Taqiyya‘ which is permitted in your ‘Religion of Peace’.