On today's episode of Battleground, I explained how the British Army's history of diversity should put to rest the ridiculous accusations of racism against its brave members.
Sikhs, in particular, have formed a vital part of the British Army that dates back hundreds of years. Sikhs are as much a part of the British military identity as any native soldier from the United Kingdom.
Nepalese Gurkhas have likewise served in a British uniform through hundreds of years of warfare.
But that diverse British military tradition does not extend to every group living within the British Commonwealth.
Mainstream media outlets have reported on the unfortunate fact that more British Muslims fought for ISIS than the British military.
WATCH my video to see what history has to say about the accusations of racism the Muslim Council of Britain has leveled at the young soldiers who took a picture with Tommy Robinson.