Gays and Muslims: The Collision Course Finally Collides

In the UK, we have this:

And when that Independent article was written, just two Muslims had been charged with stirring up ‘hatred’ for handing out leaflets outside a mosque suggesting that gay people should be executed. Razwan Javed, 30, and Kabir Ahmed, 27, were accused of handing out a leaflet entitled ‘The Death Penalty?’, which called for the execution of homosexuals.

Today, the two have become five, with Ahjaz Ali, 41, Umer Javed, 37 and Mehboob Hassain, 44, also now accused of distributing threatening material.

The leaflets were apparently distributed outside mosques in Derby city centre in July 2010, and also reportedly posted through letter boxes in the city.

The Attorney General, Dominic Grieve QC MP, is allowing this prosecution to proceed.

Perhaps we have reached the long-foreseen moment at which ‘Muslim rights’ meet ‘gay rights’ in the battle for supremacy.

It will be interesting how the Crown prosecutes this matter.  The willingness of the authorities in the UK to backpedal on the application of the rule of law in largely Muslim areas is no secret.  But the LGBT community has an existential threat on its hands it cannot ignore, and their ability to apply their considerable political skills to counteract multiculturalist accommodation will make a difference here.

One thought on “Gays and Muslims: The Collision Course Finally Collides”

  1. As Muslim numbers continue to increase and gay folks continue to not procreate, I would put my money on the Muslims in this fight in the long run, say 40 or 50 years. That having been said, it’s not a sure thing. Europe has ways of getting rid of millions of people quickly.

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