Wednesday, 29 December 2010

He's not my 'prophet'

The BBC are at it again, every news report about the 'five suspected Islamist militants' being 'arrested for planning a gun attack at the Copenhagen offices of a Danish newspaper' refers to that newspaper as having 'printed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in 2005'.

'The prophet Muhammad', really? He's not my prophet, or the prophet of the majority of the people in the world thus surely 'the Islamic prophet Muhammad' would be accurate. Have you ever heard the BBC refer to Jesus Christ as 'the Messiah Jesus Christ'? Why the dhimmitude?

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