Pamela Geller, banned from entering the UK
Choudary is free to preach hatred of British soldiers and jihad in Britain. Tommy Robinson and Kevin Carroll of the English Defence League, on the other hand, stopped on their charity walk for a desperately ill girl on Saturday (after which Spencer and I had planned to meet them to lay a wreath at a memorial for Lee Rigby, the British soldier whom a jihadist beheaded on a Woolwich street). Robinson and Carroll were arrested for attempting to walk through a “Muslim area.”
Now just walking down the street gets you arrested in the U.K. if it might upset Muslims. Robinson said: “They’re (police) saying it (Tower Hamlets) is a Muslim area, but to me there is no Muslim area. There are just areas of my capital city that if I have to walk from A to B then you have to walk through.”
Our banning is like a patient on life support refusing medical treatment. A soldier was just beheaded on the street, and they say I’m a terrorist threat.
DEFENDING THE WEST
BANNED IN BRITAIN
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