Many (most) of them post jubilant and derragatory comments on social media in Arabic, supporting jihad. Look at the pictures from the London attack. Who are the people helping the victims? With some small exceptions, barely a single one is Muslim. Yet the Muslim population is massive in London and there would been many of them on place during the attack.
A group of Muslims in London (“Muslims United for London”) started a campaign to raise money to support the families of victims of the Westminster terror attack. In a statement Muslims United for London said: “The British Muslim community stands with the community during these difficult times and extends their support in raising funds to help with the immediate, short-term needs of the families of Keith Palmer, the other victims and the families of the victims.”
The campaign encouraged “British Muslims, mosques, Imams, leaders, and groups endorse and promote this initiative.” By culture Muslims are generally very, very generous people (that too comes from the Koran). Although there are approximately 4 million Muslims in Britain (no one has a clear figure) and they have a massive network between them, they raised only £4,000 by the next day. In 15 hours and with wide international media coverage they had manage to raise only £11,000 from Muslims. Meanwhile, non-Muslims raised over £250,000 in just ten hours on behalf of killed police man.
Put this into perspective when British Muslims donated £100 million for charity over a one-month period during Ramadan in 2016. These were donations not aimed towards any charities benefitting people at large, but only charities helping Muslims. So why should any Western country give them housing, welfare, childcare, etc?
‘Who is the real monster?’ Internet turns on trolls who criticised ‘indifferent’ Muslim woman seen walking through terror attack
- Woman seen walking past victim being treated on Westminster Bridge yesterday
- She was criticised for allegedly appearing indifferent by one social media user
- But others leapt to her defence and said ‘she looks terrified, which she would be’
A row broke out today over a photo of a Muslim woman who was trolled after walking through the terror attack on Westminster Bridge while looking at her mobile phone.
The pedestrian wearing a brown headscarf and grey coat was pictured holding one hand to her head while walking past a victim being treated on the pavement.
She was criticised by one social media user for allegedly appearing indifferent to yesterday’s attack that brought terror to London – but others leapt to her defence.
One Twitter user called ‘Texas Lone Star’ posted a picture of the woman walking past the injured victim, criticising her in a tweet to his 44,000 followers.
He said: ‘Muslim woman pays no mind to the terror attack, casually walks by a dying man while checking phone #PrayForLondon #Westminster #BanIslam.’
But his tweet provoked disgust, with other users criticising his comments and one branding him ‘the real monster here’.
One named Vicky Forster told him: ‘You are a complete embarrassing mess of a person. Kindly crawl back to the pond you came out of. Stupidity embodied.’
And Lisa Scott defended the woman, adding: ‘She looks terrified. Which she would be, most likely being British and bang in the middle of a terror attack.’
One Twitter user called ‘Texas Lone Star’ posted a picture of the woman walking past the injured victim, criticising her in a tweet to his 44,000 followers
The tweet provoked disgust, with other users criticising his comments and one branding him ‘the real monster here’.
And a user called Kelly Blackwell tweeted: ‘You have no idea what is happening in this picture and deciding to make your own context #banracists #banrednecks.’
Other social media users pointed out that there is little context to the picture, while some suggested she could have been calling her family to say she was safe.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the attacker was someone known by police and MI5, and the working assumption was that he was inspired by Islamist terrorism.
He had been investigated some years ago over violent extremism. The Islamic State terror group has claimed that the attacker was one of its ‘soldiers’.
The terror attack on Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament left at least four people dead, including PC Keith Palmer, and a further 29 injured.
How many Muslims can you see offering to help victims in these photos?
by The Muslim Issue