European Parliament removes election ad after Muslim politician calls it “Islamophobic”

The “Islamophobia” canard once again at work in Europe, and the brazenness of those who wield it knows no bounds:

The European parliament is to remove one of its election adverts after it was branded “Islamophobic” by a British politician. Conservative MEP Sajjad Karim raised concerns over a giant banner that was recently put up in Brussels and Strasbourg to promote next year’s European elections. The poster – part of the parliament’s £29m “this time I’m voting” campaign – shows a woman in a head scarf next to the words: “Because we need to work together to manage migration.”

It is an Islamic supremacist expectation that no one must ever insult Islam or Muslims, or be perceived as doing so. Therefore, European Parliament voluntary accepted dhimmitude and removed the so-called “offensive” advert. So once again the idea that any opposition to mass Muslim migration is “Islamophobic” is reinforced. The more Westerners kowtow to the demands of Islamic supremacists, the more entitled and brazen they will become.

“European parliament to remove ‘Islamophobic’ election advert,” by Luke James, Yahoo Finance UK, October 8, 2018:

The European parliament is to remove one of its election adverts after it was branded “Islamophobic” by a British politician.

Conservative MEP Sajjad Karim raised concerns over a giant banner that was recently put up in Brussels and Strasbourg to promote next year’s European elections.

The poster – part of the parliament’s £29m “this time I’m voting” campaign – shows a woman in a head scarf next to the words: “Because we need to work together to manage migration.”

The European Network Against Racism said the message equated ‘managing migration’ with limiting the entry of Muslims into Europe.

The group’s senior advocacy officer, Julie Pascoet, said she was “outraged” to see the parliament supporting “Islamophobic narratives.”

Yahoo UK revealed last week that Karim had written to the parliament president Antonio Tajani to demand that the poster be removed…..

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