Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Andrew Neil Exposes Farooq Murad on BBC's Sunday Politics Show

I never thought I'd be able to say this about a BBC program that has anything to do with Islam, but this was an excellent interview. Andrew Neil of "Sunday Politics" questions Farooq Murad (Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Great Britain) about various issues related to Islamic extremism. Watch how Murad tries to avoid directly answering questions, and how uncomfortable he becomes when Neil presses him for a clear response.

12 comments:

Strings said...

Hats off to Andrew, great job...Murad was like a rabbit in the headlights, trying to sugar coat his answers, but he was not taking the bait.

Taquia fail...

Samuel Green said...

What a great example of careful evidence and questioning.

edriant said...

Noticed something interesting. At the 14:40 point Murad refers to the Muslim Council of Britain as representing "four different schools of thought." Could this be a reference to the different (but essentially the same) Schools of Sharia law?

Tom said...

Very probing questions, facts are facts which can never be diluted with "convoluted" answers!
I pray for like minded probing interviews from the British media!

John Bull said...

This is the British sharp journalism that I used to know!
Kudos to Andrew for a wonderful job. Hopefully more brave journalists will wake up in defence of their liberty.

Selecta Mark said...

Very good interview by Andrew, Murad was doing his best to answer like a political never responding to the question directly. However, Andrew kept him pinned against ropes ducking and diving with no where to run!

akairey said...

it's all very simple, do NOT trust an islamist! Taqiyya is in its prime form with Murad!!

Jo Doe said...

great journalist! muslim institutions are very tolerant of extremist views, but might also be that some are afraid to say anything as they would be ostracized by their community. Islam is a religion very dependent on community spirit. Muslims are also permitted to lie and say whatever just to avoid telling the truth. Who knows what this guy is thinking and doing in private, might be totally opposite to what he is saying here, but he knows full well what he is to say when he is interviewed by a kafir!

Jo Doe said...

taqiyya ...yes that s how it is called...special islamic term for lying...

FIWI said...

When I can walk down the street on any middle eastern or asian country carrying my bible, wearing a cross and a T- Shirt saying Jesus is Lord and then I'm able to subvert THEIR LAWS/CULTURE AND HISTORY to MY WILL, then and ONLY then will I support THEM DOING THAT TO US. This MCB led mosque/school farce of using women and children to push their warped law bending agenda here is sickening and MUST BE STOPPED. IT IS NO SECRET ANYMORE WHAT THEY ARE DOING. They are well and truly OUTED. How angry and disgusted it makes us the tax paying British public to be mocked and subjugated like this by spineless politicians. However, it's EVEN MORE TRAGIC to see that the MUSLIMS even here are USING WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS FIRE COVER for their sick ideology.

Cbill Morris said...

The Muslim is a great obfuscator. He smiles because he knows that time is on Mohamed's side

-1/30/09 Timesonline UK: Muslim population growth between 2004 and 2008 was ten times greater than the rest of society.

-10/28/10 http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1010/28/ctw.01.html Mohamed now number one name in England.

-10/28/10 Daily Mail: Mohamed or derivatives of that name is now the number one name.

-9/29/13 http://www.emirates247.com/muslim-population-growth-faster-than-global-rate-2013-09-29-1.522770
“70% of global population growth over the next 30 years will be in Muslim countries”


CriticalThinking said...

@endriant 'Schools of thought' doesn't refer to Sharia law. It refers to different sects in the religion. The main four are Sunni, Shi'a Suffi and Ahmaddiya.