July 06, 2017

Didsbury Mosque UPDATE: The interview the BBC refused to air

Caolan RobertsonArchive

After appearing on BBC's Question Time to raise concerns about anti-western propaganda distributed by Didsbury Mosque, Paul O'Donoughue, a concerned local resident, gave an interview to the BBC

However to this date, he claims the BBC have refused to air the interview.

I sat down with him to discuss the widespread sharing of leaflets and books disparaging British culture within UK mosques, and the campaign to close the radical mosque where notorious hate preachers like Abu Qatada have spoken openly.

Is it just a coincidence that one of these pamphlets, called "The Music Made Me Do It," was available from this same mosque attended by the Manchester concert bomber?

If you haven't already, please sign our petition at CloseDidsburyMosque.com.

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commented 2017-07-08 03:23:47 -0400
Please also sign petition to have IDCI (UK) charity & this anti western material investigated. Please sign and share http://bit.ly/2r824Z3
commented 2017-07-06 23:05:50 -0400
Who has more Orwellian and laughably obvious censorship ? the BBC or the Censorship Broadcasting Caliphate in Fake News Canada…. ….it’s a photo finish …it’s a tie !!!
commented 2017-07-06 21:47:01 -0400
Modesty Shame and Honor have no place in western society" -

Is this hate speech or is it an accurate description of British political culture – it certainly describes our PM to a tee.
commented 2017-07-06 17:42:04 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,644 Attacks, 217,177 Killed, 298,382 Injured that we know of