September 20, 2017

Tommy Robinson Meets Raheel Raza in Geneva

Tommy RobinsonShillman Fellow

While I was meeting the people of Balochistan at their protest in Geneva, I heard Raheel Raza was in town. Raheel is a well-known anti-terrorism and human rights activist. 

She supports the plight of Balochistan, and had spent the day standing up to Islamic countries in the United Nations who continue to lie about their human rights violations. 

I told Raheel that I've long considered the United Nations to be useless, but she shed some interesting light on the topic.

Hear how Raheel and other activists hold the United Nations to account, defend the rights of minority peoples, and how they are a thorn in the side of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. 

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commented 2017-09-20 15:16:48 -0400
That would be my question Stephen E.
commented 2017-09-20 15:14:42 -0400
Rohingya? Weren’t they attacking the Buddhist majority? Weren’t they demanding that Islam and Sharia become the religion and law of the land? Aren’t they now being treated much like the Rohingya were treating the Buddhist villages, and in kind like their attacks upon towns and cities? Isn’t sending them on their way more peaceful than slaughtering them as they would the Buddhists? Aren’t they relatively recent inhabitants to the region? Wasn’t this an almost only Buddhist nation less than two hundred years ago? How do they qualify as “indigenous”? Aren’t they the source of terrorism in the region?
commented 2017-09-20 13:01:51 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,070 Attacks, 219,633 Killed, 300,782 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017
commented 2017-09-20 11:33:17 -0400
Great interview with Raheel Raza.

I wonder is she has been “granted” time to speak to the Committee re: M-103? I sure hope so.
Tarek Fatah will be speaking later today.
commented 2017-09-20 11:33:02 -0400
Raheel mentions the Rohingya as being one of the indigenous groups she stands up for. The Buddhists would take issue with her comment of the Rohingya being ‘indigenous’ to Myanmar I think.
commented 2017-09-20 08:58:54 -0400
Good interview Tommy. Raheel Raza, as you know, is a class act, a long term activist for human rights as well as that singular rarity, a devout Muslim who is also a moderate and a liberal in the finest sense of that word.. Unlike those hypocrites, the O.I.C. at the UN, she fights for the human rights of all oppressed minorities and does not waste our time and her time blaming Israel for all of the world’s woes.
commented 2017-09-20 08:34:59 -0400
CTV is as bad as CBC. The media has submitted to Islam.
commented 2017-09-20 06:46:38 -0400
Raheel is a very brave and honest woman. Here is what she had to say about Canada’s gutless, quavering, CTV news"

“…To bring home this point: Following an attack on two Canadian military officers in Toronto on March 14, 2016, I was invited the next day by a local TV station to comment. At first, the media did not wish to publish the words spoken by the attacker: “Allah made me do it.” The next day, the news reported that the attacker had “mental health issues.” Again, no surprise here. Mental health issues are a good “fallback.” But I said on the news that if a person has the wherewithal to find a specific military location and attack two officers, he is capable of being a terrorist. Once again, we failed to connect the dots. The CTV News clip of my interview never made it to the internet. Are they not able to handle the truth?"

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/7674/hugging-terrorists