There is virtually nothing right about this article (see below dotted line) on ‘EDL thugs’ visiting the Al-Quds demo in London.
There are no Human Rights in Islam. Certainly not in any Islamic state or when full sharia law is practised.
'Human rights' can mean two things to such Muslims. The ‘human rights’ explicitly of Muslims within non-Muslim states and societies. That is, it is a demand for one kind of human right:
the right of Muslims to practice Islam, and thus sharia law, in non-Muslim states and societies.
There is another reading - care of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC). That is, human rights as they are perverted - or even negated - by a sharia/Islamic misreading of what is, after all, a thoroughly Western - and utterly non-Islamic - concept.
How dare these people, or this journalist, talk about ‘EDL thugs’ when at this Al Quds demo Hamas, Hezbollah, Muslim Brotherhood and even al-Qaeda supporters, along with violent and totalitarian Trotskyists and Communists, will be mouthing off in their usual hyper-hypocritical manner?
What do UK ‘thugs’ do? They usually fight each and maybe cause a tiny bit of criminal damage.
What do Islamists, such as Hamas, do? They blow up discos, infant school, hospitals, kill gays and pour acid on the faces of ‘collaborators’.
Why do Leftists support this mass violence and perversity and yet incessantly pretend to fear and be worried about those tiny and insignificant acts of violence carried out by what they love to call ‘English thugs’ (in their typically snobby, but still Leftist, way)?
What is the truth here? That the Brown Exotic can kill and torture but get away with it, as far as middle-class Leftists are concerned? Why is that? Is it because his skin happens to be brown and thus his violence sets of a frisson in the hearts and bodies of the sad professional-Leftist class? They are so bored of UK football violence that they demand that Brown Islamists do the violence instead. All to titillate their restrained minds and lives. No Parmesan, Darcy?!
Press TV news piece, ‘EDL thugs to attack UK Al-Quds march’. 19th August, 2011
Islamic Human Rights Commission's annual Al-Quds Day demonstration in Britain to support the Palestinian people and their rights on August 21 will reportedly be attacked by EDL thugs.
The British nationals are to protest against the Israeli occupation of Palestine that has led to constant series of violence for more than 63 years, leaving millions dead, dislocated, and being hopeless for their future.
Pro-Palestinian protesters will gather on Sunday August 21 at Portland Place (near BBC Radio) at 2pm and march to Trafalgar Square.
The march has been organized and supported by several anti-war groups across Britain, they are to use the event as a reminder to all fight backs for justice across the world.
The organizers predicted that Sunday's Al-Quds Day march would again be the focus of attacks by far-right groups in Britain, since the march has been attacked by fascist groups together with some Zionist.
Anti-Islam group English Defence League will stage a rival protest against the Al-Quds Day demonstration to express their opposition against spread of Islam in the country. EDL London Division has urged its members to support the group's counter protest.
This is while that British police has not yet taken any step to stop the EDL rival protest on August 21, despite the fact that the EDL fans have always been blamed for their violence and public disorders.
Analysts believe that UK authorities, media, and anti-Muslim campaigns have been inflaming anti-Muslim prejudice by criticizing and even declaring open season on Muslims. The so-called prejudice has apparently changed to systematic and open state discrimination in the country.
The sudden formation and rise of the racist and anti-Muslim group, English Defence League (EDL) that is against the spread of Islam and Sharia law, is the result of politicians and the media encouraging Islamophobia across Britain.
Consequently, insulting, ignoring, and caricaturing Islam and Muslim communities is considered as being acceptable, since they judge these defaming ways as part of culture, not racism.
IHRC chairman Massoud Shadjareh said of Al-Quds Day: “This year, as in years past, we are seeing a broad range of people come together to stand shoulder to shoulder with the oppressed men, women and children of Palestine.
”We will not be cowed by any fascist, racist or supremacist group. This is a peaceful event and the truth of the cause is manifest.”
Al-Quds day was first initiated by Imam Khomeini, founder of Islamic revolution of Iran, as last Friday of Ramadan, to express solidarity with the Palestinian people and opposition to the Israeli occupation.
“The Quds Day is a universal day. It is not an exclusive day for Quds itself. It is a day for the oppressed to rise and stand up against the arrogant,” late Iranian leader said.