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UK Muslim MPs demand greater censorship of online speech offensive to Muslims or critical of Islam

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UK Muslim MPs are demanding greater censorship of online speech to silence those who critical of Islam.

In the UK as in many European states, any criticism of Islam or Muslims is taboo and often results in a visit form the police and at times even criminal charges, but this does not go far enough according to these Muslim MPs.

Manchester Gorton MP Afzal Khan is leading the demands for crackdown on speech offensive to Muslims after he received a mean email saying, “I hope you die of Corona in the most excruciatingly painful way”.

The demands for greater restrictions would bring the UK closer in line with other countries such as Sweden where in 2018 an elderly woman was facing up to 2-years in prison for making a joke about the Islamic State on social media which was described as talking about Islam in a “negative way”.

In April UK police threaten to arrest journalist for reporting illegal gatherings at Mosques in Bradford and Leeds but took no action to stop the illegal gatherings despite the lockdown being stringently enforced in the country against other members of the public.

The enforcement of political correctness has already stifled UK authorities from applying the law equally.

The UK has been rocked by a never-ending stream of scandals involving predominantly Muslim men targeting non-Muslim English girls from working class backgrounds for sexual exploitation.

Most shockingly of all is the fact that authorities and the mainstream media were aware of this for years if not decades but refused to act, even when girls and parents pleaded for help, for fear of being accused of racism by PC fanatics.

Labour MP Naseem ‘Naz’ Shah infamously shared a tweet stating “Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of diversity”.

The UK already has some of the strongest hate speech laws in the world but the new proposals could see yet more people given cautions or some jailed for speech deemed offensive to certain privileged minority.

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