Nothing is safe anymore from being hijacked by Islamists engaging in stealth jihad. Not even the mass genocide of Jews during the holocaust by Hitler’s Nazis. A video released for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 by the taxpayer-funded organisation Holocaust Memorial Day Trust appears to be equating present day anti Muslim attacks with the horrors inflicted on the Jewish people during World War 2.
Instead of educating people about the atrocities committed in the concentration camps during the holocaust as you may expect. The offensive video starts with a Muslim woman in present day Britain having her headscarf pulled off whilst waiting for a bus by two ‘white males’. Later on in the video the same woman can be seen sat on the bus crying wearing a yellow star on her coat. Insinuating that Muslims in the UK today are persecuted similar to how the Jews were by the Nazis during WW2.
Yet the creeping islamization of the holocaust all starts to become clear when you begin delving into the background of the Holocaust Memorial Trust. The group which is totally taxpayer-funded by the tune of over £800k p.a. has a very conspicuous name listed amongst its directors / trustees. None other than full-time Muslim sympathy seeker Mr Fiyaz Mughal. The grievance mongering taqiyya artist extraordinaire.
For anybody who may be unaware of who Mr Mughal is i shall explain more. Fiyaz Mughal is the head honcho of the many times discredited TellMamaUK the ‘anti Muslim attack monitor’ and ‘interfaith’ group Faith Matters. Between these two groups Mr Mughal has received substantial amounts of government money in funding.
Following the horrific murder of Lee Rigby by Muslim extremists. Fiyaz Mughal somehow managed to divert the negative press attention away from Muslims, portraying them as the real victims with a set of fiddled islamophobic attack figures. Having then been called out on the fake hate crime figures by reporter Andrew Gilligan of The Telegraph, he tried and failed to sue the reporter. With the Judge stating during his summing up that Mughal had exaggerated the figures and by attempting to liken the threat of the EDL to that of Al-Qaeda .
I find it hard to believe that there is not an agenda in play here with this offensive video and that Fiyaz Mughal’s influence is not something to do with it.