Muslims Spit Their Dummy Out Over “Jolly Jihadi’s Outing to Legoland”

Muslim representatives of various Islamist and dawah groups have spat their dummy out over Richard Littlejohns Daily Mail article “Jolly Jihadi’s Outing to Legoland”. The piece was a tongue in cheek  itinerary for the Muslim day at Legoland  organised by hate preacher Haitham al-Haddad, which i had the pleasure of breaking to the public.

Muslims prove that humour like morales, compassion, and tolerance, is a positive human attribute that they lack. They make up for it with being extra touchy and self pitiful. Needless to say they have resorted to one of the things they excel at…….MOANING.

Looking at the list of signatures on the list i notice TellMama’s Fiyaz Mughul on the list alongside all the IFE Muslim Mafia controlled groups. Mind you with all the accusations of hate speech and islamophobia , the scaremonger probably wrote the letter. Its a wonder he didn’t threaten Richard Littlejohn with arrest from his mates at WMP.

Whats the odds that 75 % or more of those Muslim groups that are on the letter being taxpayer funded charities? I’ll have a £10 bet on it if any bookie will take may bet on a dead cert.


British Muslims Condemn Anti-Muslim Bigotry Printed in the Daily Mail

Leading British Muslim and interfaith organisations today wrote to Paul Dacre, the Editor of the Daily Mail condemning an article by columnist Richard Littlejohn that deployed hateful Muslim stereotypes. The column purports to criticise an individual but instead uses slurs commonly found in racist and far-right websites to make its point.Entitled “Jolly Jihadi’s Outing to Legoland”, the article satirises a community event that is to be held at the theme park, organised through a private group booking. Mr Littlejohn uses hateful tropes to fill his article. Mr Littlejohn jokes that the group, which will in real life have parents and children in attendance, will travel to Legoland in a coach “…packed with explosives stops in Parliament Square. As Big Ben strikes ten, driver will blow himself up”.

As a result of Mr Littlejohn’s article, far-right groups are threatening to turn up at Legoland, thus causing distress to the children present.

The letter is signed by a cross-section of British Muslims. It is in no way a defence of the views attributed to the person Mr Littlejohn criticises, but rather a challenge to our media not to accept such hateful language in our discourse.

The letter reads:

Dear Mr Dacre,

We write to express our condemnation of a recent article published by Richard Littlejohn in your newspaper. Entitled “Jolly Jihadi’s Outing to Legoland”, Mr Littlejohn deploys the most hateful stereotypes of Muslims to attack an individual.

Our condemnation is not about the attacks on Mr Haitham al-Haddad: he is perfectly capable of responding to the accusations put to him if minded to do so. Many of us may well disagree with the views attributed to him. Rather, we are speaking out at the insidious and hateful tropes Mr Littlejohn uses for his argument.

Mr Littlejohn may think he is humorous, satirical in fact. But there is nothing funny about inciting hatred. The language he deploys is exactly the same as those used by racists and the far-right. One needs only to peruse the comments below his article online to see the hatred against Muslims Mr Littlejohn has generated.

Would you allow similar hateful stereotypes to be used when writing about other faith or race communities?

Mr Littlejohn may suggest his words of hatred are directed at one figure rather than mainstream Muslims. This is a poor excuse. He accuses one figure of using hate speech by deploying hate speech himself.

As a cross section of Britain’s Muslim community, along with many of our fellow Britons, we state clearly and loudly that Mr Littlejohn’s article is the worst form of bigotry. This goes beyond causing offence. Your newspaper has published an incitement to hate Muslims.

So, we urge you, in the interests of decency and fairplay, to retract Mr Littlejohn’s article and to issue an apology not just to British Muslims, but to your readers and the great British public at large.


Farooq Murad,
Secretary General, Muslim Council of Britain

Fiyaz Mughal,
Founder and Director, Faith Matters and Tell Mama

Julian Bond
Director, Christian Muslim Forum

Steven Derby,
Director, Interfaith Matters

Ali Qureshi
Secretary General, Union of Muslim Organisations (UMO)

Maulana Sarfraz Madni,
Chairman, Mosques & Imams National Advisory Board

Ameena Blake,
Vice-President, Muslim Association of Britain

Ali Master,
Council of European Jamaats (COEJ)

Saleha Islam
Chief Executive, Muslim Youth Helpline

Sufyan G Ismail,
Trustee, Engage

Mazhar Khan
Executive Board Member, Muslim Council of Scotland

Saleem Kidwai OBE,
Secretary General, Muslim Council of Wales

Mohammed Aslam-Ijaz,
General Secretary, Council of Mosques, South London and Southern Counties

Abdul Hamid Qureshi
Chair, Lancashire Council of Mosques

Ufuk Secgin
Chairman, London Islamic Culture and Recreation Society (LICARS)

Ahmed Khelloufi
Executive Director, Muslim Welfare House (London)

Mohammed Kozbar
British Muslim Initiative and Finsbury Park Mosque

Sheikh Hojjat Ramzy
Chair, Iqra Institute, Oxford

Shifa Shahab
Federation of Muslim Organisations Leicestershire
Muhammad Jinani
Young Muslim Organisation UKDr Mohammed Idrees
General Secretary, UK Islamic MissionAjmal Masroor
London Imam and Director of Barefoot Institute

Yusuf Al Khoei
Al-Khoei Foundation

Moulana Shahid Raza,
Founding Trustee, British Muslim Forum

Sir Iqbal Sacranie
Balham Mosque & Tooting Islamic Centre

Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari
Author and Commentator

Talha Ahmad
Head of Media, Dawatul Islam UK & Eire

Yousuf Bhailok
Trustee /Chair. ‘Al Jamiah Al Islamiyah Darul Uloom Lancashire

Rashid Brora
General Secretary, Southampton Medina Mosque Trust Ltd

Unaiza Malik
Muslim Women’s Association

Muhammad Habibur-Rahman
Chairman, East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre

Dilowar Khan
President, Islamic Forum of Europe

2 thoughts on “Muslims Spit Their Dummy Out Over “Jolly Jihadi’s Outing to Legoland””

  1. Were these same concerned Islamist persons up set and distraught about the movie that the Supreme hater in Iran and his television station aired about his Demonic murderers on them destroying Tel Aviv and the bombing of many American properties which would kill millions of people? Interfaith organization, if Israel did a movie like that Islamist would stroke out from high blood pressure from all their hate.—Hate is Satanic, period, if your heart is filled with hate you are a servant to and a child of the Devil, period!—Shalom, from an American Christian.

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