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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Muslims demand Islamophobia's national victim day in Britain

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This imam calls on the Prime Minister of the UK to create a National Day against Islamophobia.
Many Muslims in Britain believe that they are victims of Islamophobia, which means fear of Islam.
When someone criticizes the Koran, the Prophet Muhammad or the ideology of Islam, it hurts their feelings and makes them feel victims.
Many leaders around the world, such as the Prime Minister of Canada, the dictator of Turkey, consistently condemn Islamophobia.
There is even an attempt to restrict freedom of speech in Canada by criminalizing criticism of Islam so Muslims won't be offended.
Christians are the world’s most persecuted religious group, according to studies.
The Islamic persecution of Christians throughout Africa and Asia and the Middle East has become genocide.
But no one seems to care when Christians are killed "in the name of Allah."
Western leaders and human rights organizations are turning a blind eye to the Islamic persecution of Christians in the Muslim world in order not to harm the image of Islam.