London's Muslim Mayor Tells 'Ignorant' Trump Muslims Will Start Killing People if he Doesn't Let Them Into USChris Menahan
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Muslims are peaceful and nonviolent, but if you don't let them into your country they'll start killing people, so says the new Muslim Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
The emir waited only five days before attacking US presidential candidate Donald Trump on his proposed temporary Muslim ban.
"Donald Trump's ignorant view of Islam could make both of our countries less safe," Khan said, "it risks alienating mainstream Muslims around the world and plays into the hands of extremists."
Wow, we've never heard that one before!
Via The Independent:
Donald Trump's "ignorant" view of Islam could make both Britain and the US less safe, new London Mayor Sadiq Khan has warned.
Trump is actually being proven entirely right.
As The Times reported last week, British mosques are now banning women from using Facebook, traveling alone and wearing trousers.
Mosques across the UK have ordered Muslim women to stop wearing trousers, leaving the house without permission from their husbands, or using Facebook in new controversial rules published by various Muslim organizations and associations.
The Blackburn Muslim Association, which is an affiliate of the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), an umbrella body representing 500 mosques, even went as far as to say Muslim women should not leave the house without their husband’s permission and should be accompanied with a male chaperone, also known as a “mahram”.Gotta love that "mainstream Islam!"
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