The media are calling it an “internet gaffe” but it could be intentional, knowing the pro-Islamofascist traitors who work at State. The U.S. government posted a British Muslim extremist’s photograph of women in burqas calling for sharia law, citing it as an inspirational example of free speech in the West.
UK Daily Mail The U.S. State Department’s ‘Think Again Turn Away’ campaign is designed to dissuade Muslims from joining IS – also known as ISIS – and other extreme groups. The campaign posted the picture on its Twitter account last week, adding: ‘In open societies, all faiths enjoy freedom of speech; under ISIS rule, no such thing as freedom of expression.’
An investigation by The Mail on Sunday has found the banner was used in radical Islamist campaign called “Stay Muslim, Don’t Vote,” which calls for strict sharia law to be imposed on Britain, as well as urging Muslims not to vote in elections.
The photo was given the caption ‘Muslims coming out inviting society to Islam’ – which was copied by the US State Department – by a man calling himself Abdulrahman Muhajir, whose Twitter account is suspended.
Anjem Choudary – the hate preacher who has repeatedly blamed British foreign policy for terrorist attacks and whose al-Muhajiroun group was banned by the Government – was present at the event in Dalston on March 7.
The photo appropriated by the US State Department was first placed on Twitter last week by a woman calling herself Umm Usmaan, who is a leading figure in the anti-democracy campaign. She described it as an ‘Islamic roadshow’ and included the slogan ‘stay Muslim, don’t vote’ when she put the photo on Twitter. Yesterday she posted a picture of another sign with the message: ‘The right of legislation belongs to none but Allah!’
Conservative US commentator Mark Steyn added: ‘Why is the State Department promoting sharia for the United Kingdom? Aren’t they supposed to uphold the Constitution of the United States? Sharia’s incompatible with that constitution, as it is with the legal inheritance of Western civilisation.’
The State Department did not respond to requests to comment yesterday.