British Muslims – ‘not victims but victimisers’

“Britain’s two million Muslims are being led astray. Instead of facing up to the problem of extremism in their own ranks they are being encouraged to wallow in an imagined sense of victimhood. The result will be an even bigger divide between Islam and mainstream British society and a growing regret among non-Muslims that this country should ever have allowed a substantial Muslim population to spring up in its midst…. Dr Bari was seeking to appropriate for Muslims the role of victims. In fact, because of the growing numbers of militants within their ranks, they are much more accurately cast as victimisers.”

Patrick O’ Flynn adds his ten cents to the misrepresentation of Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari’s views.

Daily Express, 13 November 2007