He advocates the murder of homosexuals and apostates, but that has all been taken out of context, doncha know. “Visa-Ban Islamic Scholar’s Victory In Court,” by Thomas Lawrence in the Express, September 26 (thanks to Twostellas):
AN ISLAMIC scholar barred from entering the UK for his “unacceptable behaviour” has won the first round of his court battle against the Home Secretary’s ruling.
A High Court judge decided the case for Dr Zakir Naik should be fast-tracked despite objections from Theresa May’s lawyers.
Dr Naik’s solicitor Tayab Ali is being assisted by two QCs from the chambers of Tony Blair’s wife Cherie Booth. He said: “It is manifestly unfair to proceed to judgment on the basis of remarks made many years previously.”
Mr Ali added: “His comments have been taken extremely selectively and completely out of context.”…
Of course! When is the Qur’an or any Islamic supremacist ever quoted in context?