As Irish media and political classes fawn and dote over the release and return of Ibrahim Halawa and he about to make his TV debut perhaps it’s time someone asked him and his family a few questions.
Firstly no one is asking why during a very dangerous and violent time in Egypt did Halawa, who was 17 at the time, travel there and join in protests with the Muslim Brotherhood who were seeking to implement Sharia Law and had committed atrocities against Christians in the country as well as offer support to Islamic terrorist groups?
Will he be asked by authorities if he is still committed to “fight to the last bullet” and “last drop of blood” for sake of Allah as he proclaimed on video in the Muslim Brotherhood run Al-Fateh Mosque in Cairo? Or what happened to his passport?
Will the Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy ask Ibrahim Halawa about how the Muslim Brotherhood treat Christians, homosexuals, and women?
The quick answer of course is they rape and murder Christian women AND children, behead Christian men, if someone is even suspected of being a homosexual – they’re brought up on top of the highest building and flung down to their death, and as for how they treat women, let’s not even go there!
As there has recently been a furore around Conor McGregor’s off the cuff use of the word “faggot” with media chastising him for being offensive will Halawa be asked about his opinions on homosexuality which his father Sheik Halawa recently condemned?
Most importantly will anyone put the question to the Irish media and government as to why they value Ibrahim Halawa a man who willingly went to Egypt to take part in unlawful demonstrations on behalf of an Islamist Organization and yet have absolutely no concern for other Irish citizens, including many actual children who are being held oversees?
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