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Sunday, January 27, 2019

Belfast: Antifa shuts down Yellow Vests, who said they were “at war with Islam, not Muslims”

Belfast: Antifa shuts down Yellow Vests, who said they were “at war with Islam, not Muslims” JAN 21, 2019 12:00 PM BY CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS “Organisers of one of two ‘yellow vest’ protest planned for Belfast this month say they are ‘at war with Islam not Muslims’ following condemnation of comments on their social media page….One post on the page states: ‘I dare the Office of National Statistics or any government agency to prove that Muslims are not the biggest danger to white British children.'” In response, the Belfast Islamic Centre said prior to the planned protest that it expected the protest “to be minimal,” adding that “the usual propaganda spread by these small groups indicates a confused understanding of our faith and our daily lives.” If such is case, then will the Belfast Islamic Centre please explain why insulting Islam, Muhammad and Muslims in the same manner as other faiths are insulted all the time results in real threats of bodily harm, threats that are sometimes followed through with murderous actions? And why leaving Islam gets one a lifelong death sentence? The so-called sovereign and democratic UK rejected Asia Bibi‘s request for asylum out of fear of Muslim unrest. People are afraid to offend Muslims on Western soil because jihadists succeeded in striking terror into the hearts of disbelievers. Take, for example, the Charlie Hebdo massacre. As it turns out, Antifa shut down the planned protest by the Yellow Vest Movement of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and ran its own protest instead about “anti-racism.” Islam, once again, is not a race. “‘Yellow vest’ group planning second Belfast rally denies it’s anti-Muslim,” by Victoria Leonard, Belfast Telegraph, January 5, 2019: Organisers of one of two ‘yellow vest’ protest planned for Belfast this month say they are “at war with Islam not Muslims” following condemnation of comments on their social media page. The Yellow Vest Movement of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which has been criticised for exhibiting far-right sympathies on the page, is staging a protest at Belfast City Hall on January 19. One post on the page states: “I dare the Office of National Statistics or any government agency to prove that Muslims are not the biggest danger to white British children.” Another shows an image of Santa in front of a Union flag holding a sign saying: “F*** off Abdul! It’s our land and we’ll celebrate Christmas how we like you got that!” The group has been slammed by the left-wing Yellow Vest Occupy Belfast group, which is holding a protest at City Hall on January 12. Yellow Vest Occupy Belfast, which wants an end to public services cuts and zero-hour contracts, rejected a proposal from the other group to stage a joint demonstration after viewing “xenophobic and anti-immigration” material on its social media page. Yesterday, the Yellow Vest Movement of Great Britain and Northern Ireland wrote on its Facebook page: “Right stop being racist, please stop being a bigot, xenophobia and Islamophobia just stop full stop. “This page is in the media spotlight as apparently we are far right and what I said up above. “Look once again I will say we aren’t against any Muslim or race simple as that, what we are against is Islam two different things. “As I keep saying we are at war with Islam not Muslims.” The group’s social media profile pictures had been changed yesterday. They had formerly featured a clenched fist covered in a Union flag and an image of a young white girl surrounded by figures wearing burkhas. They have now been replaced by an image of a figure in the colours of the Union flag kicking a figure in the colours of the EU flag captioned “Caution this is Sparta”, and a crowd of people in yellow vests under the caption “Now is the time”. Belfast Islamic Centre said it expected the protest by the Yellow Vest Movement of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to be minimal. “The usual propaganda spread by these small groups indicates a confused understanding of our faith and our daily lives,” it said….. “Belfast yellow vest protest derailed by counter demonstration”, by Amanda Ferguson, The Irish Times, January 19, 2019: A group styling itself The Yellow Vest Movement of Great Britain and Northern Ireland cancelled a planned demonstration outside Belfast City Hall at the weekend after left-wing, anti-racism activists organised a counter protest. On Saturday, what had been described to police as a “pro-EU exit rally” by a “yellow vest group”, cancelled their demonstration. However, an anti-racism counter demonstration, organised by Yellow Vest Occupy Belfast, involving a couple of dozen people proceeded. Anti-fascist activist and former Green Party Cllr John Barry addressed his comrades with words inspired by musician Christy Moore and the late former DUP leader the Rev Ian Paisley. “Go along, get along, go move, shift,” he said. “Ulster say NO to racism! Never! Never! Never! Never!”…..

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