* Here Klevius ironically uses 'anti-semitism' in partly the same way as when BBC and other islamofascism supporting media try to hide the fact that most hate attacks against Jews are committed by muslims. However, Klevius doesn't hide it but deliberately uses the concept precisely to emphasize this disgusting bigotry and hypocrisy. 'Semits' used to mean Semitic language family speakers, and became synonymous with European Ashkenazi Jews supposed to be rooted in Biblical Mideast, but whose only connection to Mideast was the Jewish slave traders in the Jewish Khazar slave empire in the southern part of European Russia; the Jewish slave traders who served the disgusting Andalus with white sex slaves (mainly from Slavic and Finnish parts of Europe); and the same repeated by Jewish slave traders and the Turkish Ottoman muslims up until Europe abolished slavery entirely in the early 19th century (abolishment of slavery had been made in several more or less successful attempts against the muslim and Jewish slave raiders/traders since the origin of islam). European Ashkenazi Jews were produced by Jewish slave traders having sex (usually constitutional rape) with European sex slaves or their descendants. This has been known for long but only during the last decades finally confirmed via genetic research. This may be compared with the gruesome genetic history of Arabian Mideast which confirms that almost only women (sex slaves) from Africa have left their genetic mark in Arabs because African male slaves were usually castrated before sold to muslim Arabs. And the numbers and suffering were huge - nothing like the belittling of islam's crimes against humanity so commonly (mis)taught today.
Mishal Husain's and BBC's extreme and radical bigoted hypocrisy
While BBC News today talked about the threat from "radical" muslims in British schools and, later on, the muslim Taliban problem, Mishal Husain, a muslim Sharia supporter (or apostate?!) was assigned to talk about payment protection insurance, frogs turning into princes etc. Why? Is it islamophobia, i.e. the fear of exposing a "Euro-muslim" to real islam?
Mishal Husain, apostasy, Iyad Madani, OIC, Sharia,
In much the same way as BBC has failed to inform its compulsory license fee paying audience about islamofascist OIC, its islamofascist Saudi Fuhrer Iyad Madani, and the Human Rights violating islamofascism they impose via the biggest voting bloc in UN (consisting of mainly the worst Human Rights violating nations).