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Turkey's first lady praises Ottoman harem
Notice how the BBC incorporates the outraged Tweets to show that "many Muslims" disagree with this idea. The BBC is careful to ignore that the women in the harem would almost always be slaves, and the male slaves guarding them would have been castrated (against their will). No mention of how many black slaves died during this brutal enforced castration. Imagine the BBC being so dispassionate about someone extolling the benefits of castrating black slaves on American plantations. To the Leftists, Black Lives Matter only when it's a chance to attack white (western) values.
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Islamophobia or Kuffarphobia: Which is Worst?
Introduction to the concept of "Kuffarphobia"
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Jalal Uddin: Man charged with murder of Rochdale mosque reader
The Independent ran this story as if the death of a Muslim in Rochdale must imply that it must have been perpetrated by anyone other than another Muslim.
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Twelve rapists, a 13-year-old victim and a terrifying truth Britain still won't face: The disturbing full story behind the gangs of Pakistani men who target white girls
Whilst saying Britain won't face the truth, The Daily Mail fails to point out the significance of over 90% of these gangs being Muslims, an ethnic group who are only 5% of the UK population. The article does emphasize that the victims are white. Also, "the ringleader" has absconded (more incompetence from the criminal justice system). The Mail does point out many of the gang were cousins and brothers. The article claims most Muslims are "exemplary"; then the local community go on to claim the convicted men are not guilty and were good members of the community (and are therefore presumably also exemplary). The "ringleader" is thought to be in his family home in Bangladesh (are his family unwilling to help the police?) The Mail does not blame the authorities, "she just slipped through the net". She was truanting, in a place like Keighley which had the national spotlight on it in 2004.
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About the Book "Easy Meat"
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Reports from newspapers on Muslim grooming gangs, with my comments to indicate what is new or significant about individual reports.