First posted: 9th May, 2013
There's group of Hope Not Hate enablers of Islam who're permanently on a Facebook page called ‘We Know HowYou Feel About Your So-Called Prophet’. (They also “struggle” against “Islamophobia”, “fascism” and “racism” on many other FB pages too; as well as contributing to Hope Not Hate’s website and EDL News.)
“…. You haven't accidentally stumbled upon the Holy Grail or anything. It's something known and recognised for many decades.”
“Context, Alan? Where is this picture from? What country, etc.?”
“… How about which country, why are they in chains, why is the woman on the left looking so worried, what the hell is going on here? That kind of thing. Where is the report that this photo was taken from? Which credible news outlet released this photo?”
"My point is that it is hard to state an opinion when you do not have any available information on this. Provide me that from credible sources and I will tell you what my opinion is. So far I can say the woman on the left looks very anxious, don't you think?”
“From what I can find on various Arabic pages doing a reverse image search is that this is a re-enactment from the Ottoman Empire and it is theatre, not a real event.”
Muslims can never be criticised because that must be racism.
Left-wing or 'progressive' members of the working class are, of course, saved souls to them. They won’t be the victims of such Leftist middle-class snobbery – at least not openly.