I can't find this story anywhere on the Web, but BBC radio news is reporting that Dr. Ghayasuddin Siddiqui of the Muslim Parliament of Britain used those words to condemn Friday's murderous marchers.
The BBC seem to be spinning calls for the arrest and prosecution of the marchers as a Tory initiative, but it's good to see Shahid Malik and David Winnick on the side of the angels, not to mention the Muslim Public Affairs Committee saying that Friday's demo should have been stopped.
I note that while no arrests were made on Friday, a couple were made on Saturday.
Police later said two men had been arrested near the embassy during the protest.
"They were arrested to prevent a breach of the peace, after a search by officers found leaflets including cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed," a Met spokeswoman said.
Calling for people to be beheaded is one thing. But a cartoon of Mohammed ? - that's going a bit too far. You have to see these things in their cultural context. There's a report here. The guy dressed as a suicide bomber was ignored.
Peaceable, non-provocative protester - not to be arrested.
Ths man may have cartoons ready to detonate at any time. If he's about to hand them out, 7 or 8 head shots are appropriate.
PS - for how long has it been mandatory in the Met and on the BBC to call Mohammed 'the Prophet (note capital P) Mohammed' ? I haven't noticed Jesus being referred to as 'the Lord Jesus Christ' lately.
Mira Bar-Hillel: silenced no more
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