Maz Saleem said of her father’s murder: “This was one of the biggest acts of terrorism on UK soil.”
I could go on. And on, and on...
“Yet to this day most people have no idea about this case. Whenever terror-related headlines reach our screens they are often about those who identify with the Muslim faith; rarely do we hear of the merciless violence of white supremacists who took my father’s life.”
Well, yes. That's true. Because they aren't as common as Muslim terrorist atrocities.
“An important start would be for the official, legal recognition of Islamophobia to finally be adopted by our government. Ignoring Islamophobia as a category is disrespectful to all these brutal killings of Muslims, it weakens the justice for family members left mourning,” his daughter said.
Disrespect? What, like attempting to withdraw donations made to a murdered girl because she was the wrong flavour of Islam? And what will you do when the tag of 'Islamaphobia' is applied to one of these types of killing?
These people see themselves as perpetual victims, aided and abetted by progressive idiots in the media.