Did he lose his Twitter account? Or was Twitter too busy blocking or shadowbanning the accounts of foes of jihad terror and other “right-wing extremists”?
Anyway, the Sunni-Shi’ite jihad, having been fought for fourteen centuries in Muslim countries, has now come to diverse Britain. How far gone is Britain? This far gone: the non-Muslims are aware of Sunni-Shia hostility, and fear the consequences. In 2014, an 84-year-old non-Muslim, Kenneth Peters, who lived in a Shi’ite area, said: “What half of us fear is a load of angry Sunnis from Slough coming here and having a rumble.”
Angry Sunnis from Slough. Celebrate diversity! There will be much more of this.
“Sunderland shopkeeper jailed over IS terror posts,” BBC, May 2, 2018 (thanks to Robert):
A shopkeeper who tweeted support for Islamic State (IS) and called for “death to Shias” has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Mohammed Zahir Khan, of Nora Street, Sunderland, had admitted encouraging terrorism, dissemination of a terror publication and stirring up religious hatred.
The 40-year-old pleaded guilty on the basis he was reckless.
However, a Newcastle Crown Court judge said his denial “lacked credibility”.
Khan, who is originally from Birmingham, shared messages on social media in which he said Shia Muslims should be burnt alive.
In March last year he posted on Facebook a statement about martyrs and an image of the flag associated with IS.
He also reposted a tweet which included an IS call to attack US bases in Bahrain.
Following his arrest at his convenience store, police found pro-IS videos on his computer.
Giving evidence, he said he “may have come across inadvertently supporting them”….