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SHARIA UK: BBC Presenter asks ‘what is the right punishment for blasphemy?’


What ethos exists within one of the world’s biggest broadcasting organizations to make this Muslim woman think she could safely pose such a question? An Islamic one. Remember, if you lived in the UK and watch any TV you would have to pay for this trash too.

Further proof that the land of the Magna Carta is dead.

This further supports the idea that a great many Muslims, even moderates, support the punishment for criticism of Islam. People get killed for it. I know. I have been targeted for death many times, and though I am the intended victim, the elites, the enemedia, Islamic supremacists and their leftwing lapdogs insist I am to blame.

Muslim presenter sparks uproar as she asks BBC Asian Network Twitter followers ‘what is the right punishment for blasphemy?’

  • Muslim activist Shazia Awan asked viewers to offer opinions on punishment
  • She asked: ‘What is the right punishment for blasphemy? in online debate
  • Her assumption that it should be punished sparked outrage from viewers
  • One viewer wrote: There should be no punishment. It’s the 21st century’

By Charlie Moore For Mailonline, 18 March 2017:

The BBC’s Asian Network has provoked uproar by asking its Twitter followers ‘what is the right punishment for blasphemy?’

A video posted on its account shows Muslim activist Shazia Awan asking followers to get in touch and offer their opinions on how blasphemy should be dealt with.

Her assumption that blasphemy – which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries – should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers

Paul Joseph fumed: ‘There should be no punishment for ‘blasphemy’. It’s the 21st century for f***s sake. BBC is CANCER.’

Incredulous Ali A. Rivaz asked: ‘Is this a serious question?’

Another wrote: ‘If today @BBC talking about punishments for #blasphemy in Britain with 6% of population #Muslim what’s our future in 30 years?’

Linda sulher wrote: ‘This is BRITAIN, folks. WOW. ‘What is the Right Punishment For blasphemy?’ asks Muslim-focused BBC Radio Network’.

Maryam Namazie‏ added: ‘Disgraceful that @bbcasiannetwork @ShaziaAwan would ask what ‘punishment’ should be for blasphemy. You know people get killed for it.’

And Safiya Alfaris wrote: ‘There should be no punishment of blasphemy… instead punish those who scare children into believing they’ll burn in hell.’

Asia Network’s video came after Pakistan asked Facebook to help it crack down on ‘blasphemous content’ as Pakistanis ‘badmouthed’ Islam online.

Her assumption that blasphemy - which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries - should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers

Her assumption that blasphemy – which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries – should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif earlier this week described blasphemy as an ‘unpardonable offence’.

Since 1990, 62 people accused of blasphemy in Pakistan have been murdered before their trials ended.

Facebook said it viewed government requests with care keeping in mind ‘the goal of protecting the privacy and rights of our users.

‘We disclose information about accounts solely in accordance with our terms of service and applicable law.

‘A Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty or other formal request may be required for international requests, and we include these in our Government Requests Report.’

Blasphemy has not been illegal in England and Wales since 2008 when the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act abolished the common-law offences of blasphemy and blasphemous libel.

The BBC today apologised, writing on Twitter: ‘Apologies for poorly worded question from Asia Network yday. Q was in context of Pak asking FB to help we shd have made that clear.’

‘We never intend to imply Blasphemy should be punished. Provocative question that got it wrong.’

The BBC today apologised, writing on Twitter: 'Apologies for poorly worded question'

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  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    If blasphemy is punished, that means science is illegal.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      In islam, it is. That is why there are over a billion particularly stupid muslims on earth.

      • pipo

        Spot on, basically there are a billion odd stupid muzzrats out there with no clue and no science what so ever (not very difficult to imagine). God may exists but denying the fact (and for sure pallah was no god) the science prove for that should not be called blasphemy. Personally I believe our god(s) are aliens who created us and so now and then check on us. And how displeased they are.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      The Catholic Church certainly went after Galileo in a big way.
      I’d imagine challenging the quranic verse that states the sun sets in a muddy pool at the end of the day would be big trouble in any islamic state today.

  • Debbie

    I dedicate this link to an image of the pedophile prophet Mohammed in heΙΙ with his head stuck in a pig’s rectum to anyone who thinks blasphemy is a crime:

    • jack cade

      Great cartoon! Of course, Mohamed is head raping that male hog.

      • Debbie

        The Zombietime Mohammed image archive is full of good insults of the pedophile prophet. Share it with with your friends and anonymous strangers on the web!

  • shirley versace

    this is the BBC agenda – and look at George Osborne (ex-chancellor of the exchequer)… he’s an MP, currently serving in parliament. He has taken a job with open-borders Globalist and Nazi collaborator George Soros owned Blackrock Finance at £600,000 per annum… and he has just accepted the role of Editor of the Evening Standard – a London daily, owned by the son of a Russian oligarch who is a former KGB agent. And the BBC bats an eyelid? Not a chance. Questions of conflict of interest? … barely a fleeting reference…. They don’t even report the pertinent facts in any coherent way … that they are openly promoting Sharia should not surprise anyone

    • Susie Q

      Hello again!

      Speaking of Soros, did you know you that Jewish Zionists themselves were coIIaborating with the Nazi regime? There’s such a thing as the Havaara treaty: an agreement signed between Zionist Jews and Germany in 1933 to deport Jews to PaIestine along with their wealth.

      From the Jewish VirtuaI Library:

      The Zionists saw the Haavara Agreement as a way of attracting Jews to PaIestine and transfer Jewish property from Nazi Germany to PaIestine even if that meant cooperation with Hitler. Havaara was the company set up to facilitate the emigration of Jews to Palestine by allowing the transfer of their capital in the form of German export goods.

      The agreement worked as 400’000 Jews made their way to Palestine from Europe between 1933 – 1948.

      It’s likely Soros was helping with this: in his 60 Minutes interview he says “he once witnessed a confiscation, he had no role”. That’s it. Besides, if he had been a collaborator, surely he would have been put on trial by now and not been allowed to roam free all these years. Even 95 year old medical orderlies are still being put on trial these days as reported by your favourite site Breitbart ;-) so why not Soros?

      PS: I hope you don’t mind me butting in with all this but I think it’s an interesting point and helps tie some of the pieces together.

      • shirley versace

        hi Susie, hope you are well :) thanks for the links !
        there was high level collaboration between the 3rd Reich and Zionist leadership… no doubt… and that is where Soros was involved. This is understandably something that they would rather not advertise. To my understanding both of these movements worked in tandem and were actually two sides of the same coin – having both been financed by the east coast Liberal Elite (Rothschild proxies) … so I makes perfect sense that they were complimentary pieces in an over all jig-saw puzzle. We have to remember that prior to the 2nd world war, Mandate Palestine had no settler population worth speaking of. It was actually one of the outcomes of the 2nd world war that achieved that population for mandate-Palestine… ’twas all the work of the banks

        • Susie Q

          Both these movements worked in tandem and were two sides of the same coin.

          It’s funny you should say that, as they literally minted a coin for the purpose of the Havaara Treaty! I haven’t watched this video, but it shows the coins.

          By the way, have you given any thought to returning to Breitbart? Please don’t let them put you off!

          • shirley versace

            wow… would you look at that … (the coin) nice find !! I guess it makes total sense, as both movements were paid for by the same bank – I must watch the vid.
            I don’t think I can go back on BB as I don’t think I can get another IP address on this computer … BB is a good site in many ways, but it is so heavily trolled now by the likes of ‘Diodima two’ etc. that it makes having a sensible conversation quite hard also that dynamic seems to stop other people from getting involved…which is obviously the intention lol

          • Susie Q

            I hear you! I’ve seen it trolling away – it’s even been trolling me a bit too. And Breitbart’s bias is evident in the way it is given free rein to do so.

            However, my take is that they wouldn’t go to the trouble of trolling if Breitbart weren’t a prime resource. More and more people are waking up and looking for answers, and it just helps to have as many enlightening voices around as possible, especially good ones such as yours. Diotima and its ilk are being left out in the cold more and more these days.

            As for an IP ban, I believe they are fairly easy to get past. There are various free apps such as HotSpot or SetupVPN. I’m not an IT expert by any means, but I know people who are using them and they seem pretty straightforward. HotSpot and SetupVPN are even built into Firefox so can be easily activated. Anyway, just “holler” if you need a hand :-)

          • shirley versace

            thanks for the advice and the encouragement – I’ll a have a look into the IT stuff :) I think you are right about BB being a growing resource… and I think your calculation is correct – that that is why they are pa-trolling (bad pun, sorry) it so heavily these days.
            I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get a little kick out of trolling them right back lol

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            Look up proxy server. That’s the way to use an IP address not your own.
            You might ask your ISP’s tech support if they can give you a different IP address.

          • Susie Q

            Hey Shirley, how’s it going – any plans to head over to BB soon?

            Btw, I thought you might like to know the unlovely Diotima found herself a new buddy (Rowenna) to up vote her and track down wrongthink online – like street cops, the thought police work in pairs lol!

          • shirley versace

            hi Susie, great to hear from you… I’m having some issues with my ‘puter so it doesn’t look like I’ll be back to BB for at least another month or two… I still read there, and I gotta say, I do miss the comment section – it’s livelier on BB than elsewhere. It’s also as you suggest quite heavily pa-trolled lol… but then so is Spiked and everywhere. In fact there is obviously a central pa-trolling office somewhere as some avatars on Spiked who I have never seen before already seem to know all about me – how creepy is that ! I know, yuk…makes your flesh crawl.

          • Susie Q

            Me again! Sorry for the delayed reply. I know what you mean – I’ve had someone say to me “a little birdie told me about you” – creepy indeed! Quite frankly there is something seriously wrong with quite a few of them.

            Sorry to hear you are having computer trouble.. godspeed :-)

          • shirley versace

            thanks… I was just reading BB there now… and yup, the articles are great… I will be back :)

          • Susie Q

            Glad to hear it! :-)

          • shirley versace

            BB still is tops, despite their sleazy approach of allowing most free speech except one peculiar type … and every high school kid knows this strategy well – it’s called “the slenderest of truths to hide the blackest of lies” ie admitting a whole load of relatively tame stuff so that you appear truthful, the better to get away with hiding the really disturbing lie that is fundamental to your M.O.
            That, to my mind, unfortunately is BB’s grand strategy. I still read ’em though lol

          • Susie Q

            Pretty much! It’s quite shameless – a way of feeding into the disaffected “Right” while deflecting from the hidden hand. It gets a bit ludicrous sometimes – some articles have a slew of deleted comments, with only a few squawking hasbara left standing. There are awakened voices on Breitbart though which are growing all the time, I hope!

          • shirley versace

            your analysis is absolutely spot on :) – some of those threads are so sclerotic with deleted posts that it is almost surreal, what with their pretensions to defending free speech – we gotta keep posting… it is so important. Look at the furore surrounding Ken Livingstone (there is a BB article too) and all he did was point out that Hitler supported the Z movement… which he did. Well, it’s practically created a national scandal…yet no one in the MSM has asked the simple questions – is what he said true?…and if so, then how can it be “offensive” or “anti-Semitic” … but seems that it’s all a foregone conclusion with these folks.

          • Susie Q

            Yup! It’s a rather inconvenient fact that Jews were collaborating with the Germans..

            It also means Soros might not have been such a Nahztee after all seeing as J’s from Hungary were settling in Palestine up to 1948. So when Soros witnessed a confiscation it may have been in connection with this. I believe “Soros the Nahtzee” is deliberately used as a cover.

            As for the Nuremberg laws of 1935, I even read these were put together in conjunction with Z’s who wanted to force J’s out of Germany and maintain their integrity as a group – it was a joint effort as it turns out. It never ceases to amaze me how much history has been distorted.

            With apologies for the link, but it does offer up some interesting information:


  • pennant8

    If it wasn’t for sharia laws against blasphemy and apostasy Islam would have gone extinct by now.

  • AR154U☑ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ DEPLORABLE 2020

    Blasphemy ??
    What Honor does Islam symbolize ?!
    What does Islam believe is sacred ?!
    What decency does Islam represent ?!

    • pipo

      You are saying in this picture the old Mo took a bath. Insallah.

  • pdxnag

    Again, when Muslim tyrants whine from far far away should we give care?

    If you can hear it, then boot them further away.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Stupid question, blasphemy against islam is punishable by death in britain. A person was convicted of blaspheming islam with a bacon sandwich, sentenced to jail and curiously died there. This is shari’a in britainsitine.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      I’d almost forgotten about that incident. I suppose British authorities didn’t figure further investigation into the matter worthwhile or their investigation turned up facts that were incompatible w/the religion of peace lie.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        Any investigation will be done by a shari’a court as it involved a crime against islam, it will be determined “it is the will of “allah” and that will be that. It is written “Tabari 9:69 “Killing Unbelievers is a small matter to us” The words of Muhammad, prophet of Islam.

  • pipo

    Well Ms Pamela Geller you are on the list and also am I (of course no-one here knows my real name) but I am number 25 on the hit list by ISIS. And no protection. But where I live they will not easily come.

  • balafama

    irony is that the worst blasphemer ( islam) advocates death for blasphemy.
    islam blasphemes against every other religion,humanity,women,dogs,science,even the dead are not spared .
    would be hilarious if not tragic.

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    • Vlad

      Even pigs have more understanding then muslimes. :-)

  • Deplorable Kulak

    “What is the right punishment for blasphemy?”

    If you have to ask you don’t really want to know the answer.

    Islam is the blasphemy of science, logic, and basic human decency.

    • .madashell

      In that case I would be obliged to vote for death.

  • aebe

    Asking facebook to help determine the punishment for blasphemy ? Skinned , rolled in rock salt . And only then tossed into the pigpen . The only people that can blaspheme are those who follow the cornanne . kran ? Sumpin’

    Validate your 2nd Amendment Rights… Carry

  • Fred8512

    The punishment for blasphemy: kill the mooseslime; it is in the cornram.

  • RayG1

    I’m totally amazed that this article assumes that blasphemy can only be perpetrated against Islam! The majority of the UK are Christian. What if a Muslim says something blasphemous against the Christian faith? Whatever punishment the Muslims imagine is appropriate for blaspheming Islam must be applied to those who blaspheme the Christian faith. Try to find just one Muslim who will agree to that!

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    BBC: testing the waters for the feasibility of implementing islamic blasphemy/heresy laws?

  • Sunshine Kid

    The true English should rise up against their muslim masters. Face it – Great Britain is not “great” anymore because of the muslim infestation.

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  • Pantalones

    I think they were testing the waters and when the BBC got that backlash they pulled a Taquiyya.

  • Steve

    Perhaps muslamic activist shazia awan in asking BBC viewers about punishment for blasphemy should have given the audience a few choices to make things easier. After all you just can’t go around being insolent and let off the hook when it comes to allah.

    I would suggest to her the good old “muslamic a to z retribution for apostates program” – death by:

    asphyxiation or acid (in cases of extreme dishonor), bombing, castration or clitorectomy, decapitation, evisceration, freezing or frying, garroted, hacked (as in machetes or axes), incinerated or impaled, jugulation, knifed, lynched, mortared or mobbing, neutralized (e.g. thrown off a roof or run over by a car), obliterated (as in blowing off your head), poisoned, quartered (bringing back tradition), roasted (and possibly eaten), stoned (sex afterwards with corpse optional), trampled, unfaced (for those with a little more time to kill), vaporized (drone technology), wasted (tony soprano eat your heart out), x-irradiated (for sci-fi fans), yirded (buried alive preferable), and zapped (as in take that infidel insect)!

    Hope i didn’t miss any choices but if i did i hope ms muslima adds it onto her list.

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