For anybody who has never heard of Tell Mama, they are an organization that set up last year to measure hate crimes against Muslims in the UK. Naturally its run by other Muslims who are out to look after their own. The 1st thing you have to ask yourself does Britain really have that much a problem with anti Muslim hate crimes to warrant a group set up specifically to monitor them. I mean there’s already plenty of other Muslim think tanks and other so called ‘anti fascist’ groups looking after the Muslims interests. Now if it a charity and was staffed by Muslim volunteers then fair enough. But Tell Mama’s Muslim only staff aren’t volunteers. Their paid employees. Paid by who you may ask…. Paid for by who do you think… The British taxpayer. Last year Tell Mama received a nice £200,000 + grant from the Deputy PM Nick Clegg to help tackle ‘Islamophobia’
After the savage murder of Drummer Lee Rigby by two Muslim extremists, there has been much mentioned in the news also of alleged revenge attacks anti Muslim hate crimes. One person who keeps getting his face on the news and quoted in the press is Fiyaz Mughal from Tell Mama. Anyone who has seen his interviews will hear him claiming in the week after Woolwich anti Muslim attacks have gone through the roof. By the time he has finished your left questioning yourself as to who is actually the victim in all this. The murdered soldier or the poor old Muslims. If Mughal and other Islamic apologists have their way you will be thinking the Muslims are the victim in it all, Muslims are not the victim. Forget what Tell Mama’s Fiyaz Mughal has said, forget anything else you have seen or heard about the 10 fold increase in anti Muslim hate crimes elsewhere in the media. The statistics used by the media to come to the conclusion of mass Islamphobic attacks have all originated at the same source…………Fiyaz Mughal and his TellMama posse.
The Telegraph’s Andrew Gilligan has uncovered the truth about Fiyaz Mughal and his TellMama’s alleged anti-Muslim hate crimes since Woolwich. Mughal and TellMama have been committing Taqiyya, deceiving and telling lies to further the cause of Islam. Something which admittedly he was doing quite well judging by the amount of articles in the last week portraying Muslims as the victim. The media especially leftists such as the BBC and Guardian have made a huge deal out of the alleged anti Muslim backlash that has apparently happened although most mainstream media has carried stories on it. And it is that figure issued by Tell Mama – of, to date, 212 “anti-Muslim incidents” since the Woolwich murder – which has formed the basis of nearly all this reporting
Fiyaz Mugal has claimed there has been “a wave of attacks, harassment, and hate-filled speech against Muslims … an unprecedented number of incidents”, including “a rise in street harassment of Muslims – unprovoked, opportunistic attacks from strangers as Muslims go about their lives”
He added: “Over the past week or so, these sorts of hate crimes have noticeably increased in number and, in many instances, become more extreme.“The scale of the backlash is astounding … there has been a massive spike in anti-Muslim prejudice. A sense of endemic fear has gripped Muslim communities.”
“I do not see an end to this cycle of violence. There is an underlying Islamophobia in our society and the horrendous events in Woolwich have brought this to the fore.”And as he put it on Today, “the [Government’s] Prevent [anti-extremism] agenda, the extremist agenda, have not been good for building confidence – the sense of fear just alienates and isolates communities.”
Tell Mama are doing their utmost to portray Muslims as the victims, even attempted to deflect some of the negative attention onto the EDL trying to equate them to Islamic jihadists. As Gilligan quite rightly points out in his article nobody has been killed by the EDL yet many by Islamic terrorists. More disturbing is the breakdown of the alleged 212 anti Muslim hate attacks in the week since Woolwich, which the media have been quick to believe as gospel and publish.
The Telegraph article found the following
Tell Mama confirmed to The Sunday Telegraph that about 120 of its 212 “anti-Muslim incidents” – 57 per cent – took place only online. They were offensive postings on Twitter or Facebook, or comments on blogs: nasty and undesirable, certainly, but some way from violence or physical harm and often, indeed, legal. Not all the offending tweets and postings, it turns out, even originated in Britain.
Tell Mama has no written definition of what it classes as an anti-Muslim incident, but has in the past adopted a wide definition.
Mr Mughal admitted that a further 35 of the 212 post-Woolwich incidents, or 16 per cent, had yet to be verified.He justified publishing the figure, however, saying he expected that all but a handful of incidents would be verified.
Only 17 cases (8 per cent) – involved individuals being physically targeted.Six people had things thrown at them, said Mr Mughal, and most of the other 11 cases were attempts to pull off the hijab or other items of Islamic dress.Without in any way denying the distress and harm caused by such attacks, they do stand at the lower levels of seriousness.
Asking other police forces and trawling local media reports, The Telegraph has been unable to find a single confirmed case since Drummer Rigby’s death where any individual Muslim has received an injury requiring medical treatment.
Tell Mama’s Twitter feed reported one such incident, of a Muslim woman “knocked unconscious” in Bolton, but the local police said they had no knowledge of this and did not believe it happened. It is unlikely, though not impossible, that any case of serious injury could have escaped the notice of the media or police.
Perhaps the most serious manifestation of anti-Muslim feeling after the killing was a number of attacks on mosques. These are believed to total 11, though here again evidence for a “wave of violence” is lacking. With only two exceptions, a mosque in Grimsby into which firebombs were thrown and another one in Essex where a man entered with a knife, all the incidents were relatively minor, such as window-breaking or graffiti.
For Islamists such as the Cordoba Foundation(Muslim Brotherhood Front that recruits potential extremists) , the narrative of British Muslims under attack, increasingly hated and feared by their fellow citizens, is essential for recruitment, and for furthering their central lie that different races and faiths cannot coexist. Mr Mughal has written in the Cordoba Foundation’s journal (he says it was a “mistake” which he will not repeat).
“Islamophobic” is also a handy charge to throw at anyone who questions Islamist ideology. But part of its motivation appears to be an attempt to draw some of the sting from Islamist terrorism by equating it with the work of anti-Muslim extremist groups such as the English Defence League.
Even before the Woolwich incident Fiyaz Mughal and his Tell Mama group had been in the press making a big deal about their successes over the last year . Bearing in mind they received almost a quarter of a million pound grant, you would be expecting a huge amount of anti Muslim hate crimes reported and subsequent people prosecuted. Well no actually it measured the huge amount of 632 anti Muslim hate crimes in the last year.
A five-year old girl sent flying from the bonnet of a car, left unconscious in the road by a hit-and-run driver. A pregnant woman watching her husband being beaten up by her neighbour’s boyfriend, their children terrorised by constant abuse. A family forced from their home in Nottinghamshire, leaving behind graffiti and a ham-wrapped cross on their doorstep. Or a young woman who had faeces thrust onto her hijab in a south London street.All these and more are just some of the 632 (and rising) cases reported during the first year of ‘Tell MAMA’, the UK’s national anti-Muslim hate crime project, which my organisation Faith Matters runs. Our project reveals some disturbing findings. The majority of Muslims being physically attacked, harassed or intimidated because of their faith are women, according to MAMA’s figures – and those doing it are white men increasingly likely to be linked to far-right groups.Three-quarters (74%) of incidents reported to MAMA took place over social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc), but there have also been attacks on mosque buildings, against pregnant women and ‘visible’ hijab (veil) wearers, even children and pensioners in their 80s.
The most serious instances of Anti Muslim hatred he mentions have a few facts omitted for starters. Now a 5-year-old being knocked over and left unconscious by a hit and run driver is shocking yes, but a hate crime ?? Was the driver arrested and it proved that he purposely knock the child over just because she was a Muslim? I very much doubt it because it would be front page news for weeks with the Muslims making the most out of playing the victim.
The family forced from their home in Nottinghamshire, leaving behind racist graffiti and a ham-wrapped cross on their doorstep. What Tell Mama fail to mention here is that those responsible weren’t a bunch of neo-Nazi’s who hounded them out of their home but the actions of a 13 year old child.
Almost 3/4 of the alleged hate crimes they have logged were from social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook and little more than words. Anyone familiar with Twitter and Facebook will know that there is a number of communist internet trolls who have nothing better to do than trawl peoples Facebook personal profiles and tweets looking for anything remotely offensive to screenshot and report.
Visibly-identified far-right British National Party (BNP) or English Defence League (EDL) members were linked to over half (54%) of all incidents. Our work has led to the arrests of 21 far-right EDL supporters, with over 40 incidents reported against EDL leader ‘Tommy Robinson’ alone. Eighteen prosecutions have taken place, although we would like the police and CPS to do much more in this area
So it’s hardly surprising then that BNP and EDL members make up for half of the reported anti-Muslim attacks when it is their social media accounts that Tell Mama and the trolls are constantly checking on. Clearly the Muslims at Tell Mama are on some kind of witch-hunt against anybody who speaks out against Islam considering there has been 40 reports of alleged anti Muslim attacks logged against EDL leader Tommy Robinson. Yet the police haven’t deemed them worthy of any kind of action which leaves a big question mark as to what Tell Mama deem as an anti- Muslim attack as the police don’t consider them serious enough to punish. Even more laughable is the fact that out of all their reports only 18 people have been prosecuted. This works out to just short of £12,000 in grant money per arrest. Hardly value for money is it What Tell Mama and other similar groups do purposely is omit certain details to make things look more juicy. This is just another Muslim organization aimed to push Islam and silence its critics. Another weapon in the stealth jihad going on all around us. By pushing ‘Islamophobia’ into people’s faces. It allows Muslims to not only to try to shut up those who speak out against it by making Islam a taboo subject. It keeps the grants coming in and creates jobs for Muslims. Allowing them to push the Islamic agenda even more.
Islamophobia is a big money industry,portraying Muslims as victims and keeping it in the spotlight is good for business. This is something groups like UAF and Hope not Hate realised long ago that by demonizing a certain section of the public whom you dislike or hold opposing views to your own such as patriot groups like the English Defence League. Constantly trying to make them look bad by telling lies and scaremongering keeps the money rolling in. In the UAF’s case it’s a money-making machine and recruiting method for its SWP puppet masters. For HnH it those helps the book sales on racism by Nick Lowles and Matthew Collins. In Tellmama’s case its fund to push Islam to the public as part of their stealth jihad.