Night of the Longknives Revisited

#2
She says "I like to stay doing what I'm doing" maybe its because Dave and the rest of us now know what you have "been doing" that she is getting the bums rush.
 
#7
I wasn't aware that a poll of all Muslims had been conducted - source for your "impression" please?
Sorry for the delay in replying, impression formed by quote from Wikki and financial scandals
[h=3]Islam[/h]On 30 November 2009 she was pelted with eggs by a group of Muslims whilst on a walkabout in Luton. The protesters accused her of not being a proper Muslim and of supporting the death of Muslims in Afghanistan. Baroness Warsi told the BBC that the men were "idiots who did not represent the majority of British Muslims". She later continued her walkabout with a police escort.[SUP][24][/SUP] In May 2010, British radical Islamic preacher Anjem Choudary warned that she could be in physical danger if she visited Muslim communities. He said she would be attacked by eggs every time she went near a Muslim community and some protesters may take the attacks further, because he did not view her as a Muslim and could not represent Islam or any Muslim due to her support of the military involvement of the British Army in some Muslim countries.[SUP][25]


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#8
Sorry for the delay in replying, impression formed by quote from Wikki and financial scandals
Islam

On 30 November 2009 she was pelted with eggs by a group of Muslims whilst on a walkabout in Luton. The protesters accused her of not being a proper Muslim and of supporting the death of Muslims in Afghanistan. Baroness Warsi told the BBC that the men were "idiots who did not represent the majority of British Muslims". She later continued her walkabout with a police escort.[SUP][24][/SUP] In May 2010, British radical Islamic preacher Anjem Choudary warned that she could be in physical danger if she visited Muslim communities. He said she would be attacked by eggs every time she went near a Muslim community and some protesters may take the attacks further, because he did not view her as a Muslim and could not represent Islam or any Muslim due to her support of the military involvement of the British Army in some Muslim countries.[SUP][25]


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Oh, well that sorts it then. "Most" it most certainly is!!!!
 
#10
I don't think I would consider Muslims in Luton or radical Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary as being typical/representative of the Muslim community in UK (thankfully) - though equally I wouldn't be surprised if most Muslims didn't rate Baroness Warsi (for a host of reasons)
 
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