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Et interview med en gruppe muslimer har oprørt mange briter – både på grund af indholdet i interviewet og teksten på en niqab.

En af de interviewede er klædt i en heldækkende niqab med teksten “LOVE”. Skrevet med profiler af våben…

Den niqab-klædte advarer under det direkte interview på Channel 4 om at “folk vil hævne” stigende “islamofobi”.

Interview-sekvensen er filmet ved en minde-demo i Rusholme i South Manchester onsdag. Krishnan Guru-Murthy interviewede i den forbindelse lokale muslimer om deres reaktioner på terroren og om “the backlash”

Britiske Channel 4 sendte klippet under overskriften “Muslim community has done nothing wrong”, på sin netside, men har senere fjernet det uden nogen forklaring.

Guru-Murthy interviewer kvinnen:

“We’re seeing a lot of people saying the community needs to do more, we need a crackdown, columnists in national newspapers are calling for internment, how does that make you feel?”

“Firstly, it’s devastating to hear what has happened,” the woman said. “When I found out the news it was devastating. [But] I don’t need to prove anything, I’m a good Muslim, I know I’m a good Muslim, my friends, everyone who I interact with they know I’m a good Muslim.

Kvinden er indhyllet i sort fra top til tå. Det sorte tøj bærer teksten “LOVE” trykt på brystet. Teksten er udformet ved hjælp af stiliserede våben: en pistol, en håndgranat, en springkniv og et automatvåben.

Se interviewet:

Guru-Murthy: “What do you think the result of this will be though? Do you think the backlash, which appears to be starting in some places, will further radicalise young people here?”

The woman replied that the backlash had “already started”. “I don’t want to think that far,” she said. “I want to tackle it before anything happens, I want to help our community, the world, the globe, everywhere we can possibly help, but yes, Islamophobia will probably rise now, there have been attacks on Muslim women.”

Guru-Murthy: “And what will be the effect of that on young Muslim men? I mean, won’t they feel further isolated?”

The woman replied: “What do you think? I mean, obviously hate with hate, people will retaliate obviously. There is a risk. It’s all about ignorance, all about awareness, we need to make sure people are aware of what Islam is really about, because that’s not what our Islam teaches us.”

Og igen skal vi høre på standardversionen efter at en muslim har begået en terrorhandling: Det er muslimerne, som er ofre.

Another man told the interviewer Muslims “are the ones who are collateral damage of this kind of attack”. “I don’t think the Muslim community can do any more than they are already doing,” he said.

“This is nothing that we have to be apologetic for. We have done nothing wrong. Individuals are responsible for their own actions. My message is be proud of who you are as a Muslim. It’s a gift that Allah bestowed upon you. It’s a mercy from him, use it wisely and be good with it, and don’t be afraid. If you get attacked with Islamophobia then you report it.

Daily Mail-kommentatoren Katie Hopkins har kommentert interviewet på Twitter, og det spreder sig nu på de sociale medier. Hun kalder det en “frygtelig reaktion på nedslagtningen af vores børn”.

ANNONSE

Truly terrifying @Channel4News – no remorse, no condemnation, no sense the attack was wrong. #Manchester pic.twitter.com/YP08dEQApi

“Virkelig skremmende. @Channel4News – ingen anger, ingen fordømmelse, ingen følelse av at angrepet var galt”, twitrer Hopkins.

News.com.au: ‘People will retaliate’: Channel 4 pulls down Manchester bombing interview

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  • Verden_er_gal.

    Ok, så da var det ikke en fobi likevel siden man ble rammet av hevn fra de som man ikke skulle frykte. Logikk på islamonivå. Men hva kan man forvente av folk som sier de skal drepe deg fordi du påstår at islam er voldsbefengt. Er det noen som undrer seg over at det er få nobelpriser gitt til den islamske verden?