Something of a bad week for the detestable terrorism apologists at CAGE prisoners. Following their PR stunt last week in defence of the barbaric ‘Jihadi John’ where they attempted to blame British security agencies for the turning him into the blood thirsty Muslim savage he is.Their venomous defence of the evil extremist didn’t quite go to plan with it dropping like a lead balloon.
Leftist pro Muslim media such as Guardian, Independent and Huffington Post who would normally of reported CAGE’s defence of jihadis as fact, surprisingly kept quiet on the subject. Whilst funders and other humanitarian groups who worked with them under the misguided impression they were a legit human rights group very quickly distanced themselves. While the rest of the mainstream media woke up to their fundamentalist views, slamming CAGE for the sympathy seeking defence of a ruthless killer
Cage were given the opportunity to get themselves out of the hole they dug themselves on live television
BBC’s This Week – Asim Qureshi v Andrew Neil
Qureshi appeared on the BBC’s This Week program, where he was asked a series of questions about treatment of women advocated by a Muslim scholar, including female genital mutilation (FGM) and stoning for adultery.
The show’s presenter Andrew Neil asked Qureshi to condemn the series of opinions, currently prevalent in the so-called Islamic State and other terror organizations under their interpretation of Sharia law. Qureshi avoided committing himself, arguing: “I’m not a theologian,” adding “I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.”
When accused of speaking in favour of jihad and Sharia law, Qureshi answered: “As far as I am concerned, Sharia law isn’t practiced correctly anywhere in the world. Jihad is part of the religion of Islam,” Others extreme positions he refused to condemn included horrifying claims that Jews are descended from pigs and that homosexuality is evil
Alan Johnson, the former Labour home secretary appeared shocked by the answers, saying: “This is what we are up against in terms of the ‘moderate front.’”
Former Defence Secretary Michael Portillo told Qureshi: “I wonder what the hell the BBC is doing giving you all this airtime.”
OWN GOAL BY QURESHI . TV PRESENTERS 1 – 0 CAGE
Sky News – Cerie Bullivant v Kay Burley
Cage’s spokesman, Cerie Bullivant is interviewed on Sky News by Kay Burley regarding Jihadi John. Like his fellow extremist above Bullivant refuses to condemn acts of savagery committed by Islamists preferring to play the race card and claim the question was islamophobic and racist. The reporter responds by telling him to get over himself. Bullivant refuses to answer the questions before storming off ending the interview prematurely.
Cerie Bullivant – Red Card TV PRESENTERS 2- 0 CAGE
Qureshi also recently came under fire from London Mayor Boris Johnson after the terrorist sympathizer gave a press conference accusing MI5 of radicalizing Mohammed Emwazi.
Johnson said Qureshi should stop “scatting the blame around,” and sticking up for the rights of IS executioners.
During a phone-in on LBC radio last week, the Mayor of London said Qureshi should “stop crying Islamophobia” and condemn the “sick atrocities” committed by Emwazi. Playing the race card and sympathy seeking is an often used tactic by Muslims to silence criticism and negative attention.
“I really, really think the focus of your indignation and your outrage should be on people who go out to join groups that throw gays off cliffs, that behead people who don’t subscribe to their version of Islam, that glorify in the execution of innocent journalists and aid workers,” Johnson said.
“They should be the object of your wrath not the security services who are trying to keep us safe, Asim.”