June 1, 2018
Anti-Muslim hatred is on the rise in Britain, but people should not be called Islamophobic just for criticising elements of Islam, Maajid Nawaz says.
It aired “serious concerns” that anti-Muslim bigotry had “poisoned elements of the party”.
But Maajid said the group had done its “fair share” to “contribute to the fear of Muslims” in Britain.
And he wanted the word Islamophobia axed, and instead replaced with Muslimphobia to allow people to scrutinise the religion “like every other religion is scrutinised”.
This article was posted: Friday, June 1, 2018 at 6:26 am