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check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svsCHWi3Tuk" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; now we know what Ajmal Masroor's about, no mention of Muhammad insulting the Meccans' religion or the fact that he had people killed for insulting him
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Not that I have any truck with the EDL but why is he going to jail for mortgate fraud when Aaif -al Islam was recorded hitting him in the face and hasn't been prosecuted for it?
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"You can insult the Christians, the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Jews. You can slander the Catholics, you can spit on the Madonna and Jesus Christ. But, woe betide the citizen who pronounces a word against the Islamic religion. " Orianna Fallaci

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His leaving the EDL did not help him. It seems the warden put him in a room with 3-4 Muslim converts, locked the door and went off.
IBTimes UK understands that the ex-leader of the far-right group was attacked by up to three men inside HMP Woodhill.

Robinson sustained bloody injuries to his face but no broken bones.

Robinson was verbally threatened before the attack
"He was being taken for a legal visit and was then put in a room with these guys. The door was locked and the warders all disappeared. "He has quite a few injuries to his face and neck and needed two visits to the medical wing."

The source said his attackers were Muslim prisoners but that could not be verified.

Robinson suspects the situation was engineered by the warders because of the obvious threat posed to him by opponents of the EDL. He fears he is a marked man inside the category A prison.

The source said: "Tommy feels it was done deliberately and the warders are not exercising the duty of care to him."

Tommy has now been moved and is now in a Cat C prison.
If you want so send him a letter of card...His address is Steven Yaxley Lennon (A2084CG) HMP Winchester Romsey Road Winchester SO22 5DF
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The truth about the 'moderate' Mo Ansar:http://hurryupharry.org/2013/06/05/expo ... -mo-ansar/
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"You can insult the Christians, the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Jews. You can slander the Catholics, you can spit on the Madonna and Jesus Christ. But, woe betide the citizen who pronounces a word against the Islamic religion. " Orianna Fallaci

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"You can insult the Christians, the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Jews. You can slander the Catholics, you can spit on the Madonna and Jesus Christ. But, woe betide the citizen who pronounces a word against the Islamic religion. " Orianna Fallaci

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Poor Tommy. He was fooled by this Muslim. I hope Tommy is able to read this article. Is Tommy still in prison? .
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Salma Yagoob also appeared on "When Tommy Met MO", more about her here: http://paulaustinmurphy2000.blogspot.co ... lamic.html
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Tommy Robinson has just been sentenced to jail for 13 months. There is a UK reporting ban. No one there is allowed to talk about it.

Arrested for Breaching the Peace. Charged, then taken to Court, trial, found guilty and sentenced, all within a couple of hours.

Breitbart was forced to take down THIS story about Tommy Robinson's arrest.
Activist and independent journalist Tommy Robinson was detained by a significant police team for livestreaming outside a court where yet another child grooming gang is on trial.

Robinson, who founded the English Defence League street protest movement but later renounced it to join the Quilliam counter-extremism organisation, was at Leeds Crown Court to report on ten men accused of offences including child rape, trafficking, and supply of class A drugs to children, according to Caolan Robertson.

A video posted by Caolan shows Robinson being taken away by three police officers, apparently on suspicion of inciting a breach of the peace.

As the recording continues, another police officer appears and seizes Robinson’s mobile phone, before he is bundled into the back of a van. The exact number of officers at the scene is unclear, but appears to be at least half a dozen.

“This is free speech. This is where we’re at,” Robinson tells onlookers, before addressing the officers directly.

“You know when you do this, more people are going to watch this now than ever,” he says.

“This is ridiculous. Lads, do you feel right what you’re doing, here? I haven’t said a word — in fact, someone laid their hand and assaulted me outside court; other people swore at me and threatened me about my mother, and here I am being arrested for saying nothing. I’ve done nothing,” he claims.

A video posted prior to the arrest does appear to show Robinson asking two men how they feel about the verdict, to which one responds: “Go and f**k your Mum’s fanny, go and f**k it!”

“Is there any guilt?” responds Robinson.

“You f**k your Dad, you son of a bitch!”
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How can they justify reporting restrictions for what seems to be "contempt of court"? How can the court expect NOT to be held in contempt after that? Anyway how can they expect a lid to be kept on the Internet about it? e.g.
https://ixquick-proxy.com/do/spg/proxy? ... 19d8586816
You can get there via startpage.com through that long proxy link or you can go direct:
http://www.newenglishreview.org/blog_di ... g_id=67429
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There's a Rebel Media video by Ezra Levant on YouTube,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6w7MJZX5YU
along with several others.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... +in+prison
I think this is Breaking News on Islam.... maybe there could be a link to this thread there?
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Breitbart have responded with a heavily redacted article. Somehow, commenters seem to have ideas who the story is about
[Redacted] Arrested for [Redacted] Outside [Redacted]: Leeds Crown Court Issues Media Ban

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/05 ... media-ban/
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There is something about it here:

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/1237 ... s-who-wins" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
and here
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/1237 ... -injustice" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Apparently he was given a suspended sentence for reporting on a Muslim gang rape trial in Kent. This new report was seen as a breach of the conditions for this case, so he was sent off to jail to serve the ORIGINAL sentence.

This means, the actual conviction for this "case" is still to follow.

If there is a connection between the religious beliefs of these men and their crimes, then apparently, we are not know about it. Well, the secret is out, it has been for a long time, so the idea that somehow by tormenting Tommy Robinson it can be put back into the box, is just plain stupid.
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This is still puzzling, with so much speculation. As far as I can make out, his original suspended sentence was for 3 months only, so 10 months must have been added. I've no idea whether breaking the conditions of a suspended sentence would get him the original 3 months or whether more would be added for a "second offense".
What's more, it sounds as though he wasn't repeating his "contempt" - plod can be clearly heard arresting him for an alleged breach of the peace. While this might (I don't know) activate his suspended sentence, surely it couldn't get him extra time for contempt. So he must have been given 10 months for the alleged "breach of the peace", surely?

Then the whole issue of the gagging order is odd. The idea seems to be to prevent juries hearing or seeing anything that might affect their view of an accused before or during trial. But, again as I understand it, the people concerned were not being tried, but simply being sentenced so that argument doesn't fit this case. And it can't be to protect the individual in question, as the trial is already over and there wasn't a jury.

However it SEEMS as if there was another (similar?) trial going on in the next court, and the order might have been in order to "protect" the jury there. It sounds as thought there might already have been a gagging order about that trial. But in that case, the extension of the gagging, if legal, means that they can stop reporting of things unrelated to a trial if it might give the juries ideas. In this case, that reporting on one [redacted] might turn the jury against the other defendents charged with [same redacted?].

So if, say, a bus driver is on trial for driving recklessy and injuring his passengers, the jury must not be allowed to know that another driver of another bus has been convicted and is being charged for driving recklessly and injuring his passengers too.

Pure speculation, of course. Maybe we shall be told once the other case is completed.
I doubt, though, that we shall ever hear an explanation for the need for extremely rapid summary "justice" when, as seems to be the case, gagging orders can be made at the stroke of a pen. Made, as may be the case, before rather than after a trial e.g. the one next door.
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In the European Appeasement Olympics, Who Wins?

by Bruce Bawer

The difference [between what Tommy Robinson did and any reporter] is that the BBC and other mainstream media are determined to give as little coverage as possible to the mass Muslim rape of infidel girls.

These same cops arrested Tommy Robinson on Friday not because he did anything wrong, but because he was drawing attention to Muslim crimes that they would rather see ignored – and drawing attention, too, by extension, to their own genuinely criminal failure to defend innocent children from what was essentially jihadist torture.

Within hours, according to some sources, Robinson was tried and sentenced to thirteen months in prison. Even in Islam-appeasing Britain, this seems inconceivable. It sounds like Soviet or Nazi "justice," not like British jurisprudence.

However Tommy Robinson may have strayed from the straight and narrow over the years, he is a champion of those victimized children, a voice for freedom, and a living rebuke to the cowardice of the British media, police, social workers, and other officials and public figures who knew what was going on in flats in Rotherham, Newcastle, and elsewhere, but stayed silent.

All right, the competition is over. Britain wins.

For years I thought that Britain's long tradition of open debate and individual liberty would enable it to stand up more firmly to the encroachments of Islam than other Western European countries. I worried more about the Netherlands, where Pim Fortuyn and Theo van Gogh were murdered, Ayaan Hirsi Ali was hounded into exile, and Geert Wilders, a member of parliament, was put on trial -- and still is on trial this week -- for criticizing Islam in public. I worried more about Denmark, where Lars Hedegaard, a serious historian, was tried for criticizing Islam in the privacy of his own home, and where the Jyllands-Posten cartoon crisis caused riots. I worried about Norway, where people at the highest levels of government conspired to force an apology out of the editor of a tiny Christian periodical who had dared to reprint the Danish cartoons. I worried about France, where the suburbs of major cities were increasingly becoming sharia enclaves, and Sweden, where a cordon sanitaire was put around the one party that dared criticize that country's own steady Islamization.

But I was wrong. It is Britain that is falling fastest to Islam. It is Britain, our mother country, home of the Magna Carta, that is most firmly betraying its own history and values. It has already banned Robert Spencer, a serious and cogent American critic of Islam, from its shores, even as it lets in the looniest of sharia preachers. More recently, three other critics of Islam – American Brittany Pettibone, Austrian Martin Sellner, and Canadian Lauren Southern – were turned away by British border authorities.

Now, Tommy Robinson has been arrested – not for the first time. Born Stephen Bellon, he is a lifelong resident of Luton who helped found the English Defence League, which he left in 2013 because he disapproved of its focus on race rather than ideology; since then, he been involved with Quilliam, a reformist Muslim think tank; with the Canadian alternative-media group Rebel Media; and with Pegida UK, the British chapter of a German anti-Islam organization. Robinson has been an outspoken critic of Islam, and has been imprisoned several times, sometimes for relatively minor physical disturbances and other misdemeanors – he has admitted that he is no saint – and sometimes simply for speaking his mind. I have never met the man, but I have watched hours of interviews with him and other videos in which he does speak his mind, interviews others, and covers various events, and I must say that he comes off consistently as a decent man who is free of prejudice but legitimately concerned about Islam.

It is his concern about Islam that has made Robinson a target of British authorities. A few years ago, knowing his public profile as a critic of Islam, they put him into a penal institution, Woodhill Prison, where they knew he would be surrounded by Muslim convicts and vulnerable to physical abuse if not jailhouse murder. Indeed, he was assaulted there, and it was apparently only thanks to intervention by Maajid Nawaz, the founder of Quilliam and a prominent Liberal Democratic Party politician, that he was moved to a safer lockup. Since his release, he has been repeatedly harassed by British police. In May of last year, after he was hired as a Rebel Media correspondent, he was arrested while reporting from outside a court in Canterbury where a Muslim rape trial was underway.

Just a few weeks ago, Robinson was the headliner at a "Day of Freedom" free-speech rally in London. Other speakers included UKIP leader Gerard Batten, YouTube celebrities Gavin McInnes and Carl Benjamin (who goes by the name "Sargon of Akkad"), Anne Marie Waters of the political party For Britain, and Milo Yiannopoulos. I watched it on YouTube. It was impressive. It gave me a bit of hope for that scepter'd (but battered) isle.

Now Robinson has been arrested again. On Friday, while livestreaming on Facebook from outside a court in Leeds, where yet another trial of Muslim child rapists was underway, he was taken into custody by a phalanx of police officers. The charge? "Breaching the peace." In fact, anyone who watches the video of his arrest can see quite clearly that he was only doing what any reporter for the BBC would have done – standing in front of a courtroom, talking into a microphone, and being filmed by a camera. The difference is that the BBC and other mainstream media are determined to give as little coverage as possible to the mass Muslim rape of infidel girls. As for the police, they knew about these "grooming gangs" for many years (as did armies of social workers) but did nothing for fear of being labeled racist or sparking Islamic uprisings. These same cops arrested Tommy Robinson on Friday not because he did anything wrong, but because he was drawing attention to Muslim crimes that they would rather see ignored – and drawing attention, too, by extension, to their own genuinely criminal failure to defend innocent children from what was essentially jihadist torture.

It gets worse. Within hours, according to some sources, Robinson was tried and sentenced to thirteen months in prison. To send him to a British prison, where a very high percentage of inmates are likely to be Muslim, is to condemn him to a life of brutal harassment and, very possibly, a violent death. Even in Islam-appeasing Britain, this seems inconceivable. It sounds like Soviet or Nazi "justice," not like British jurisprudence.

Make no mistake: however Tommy Robinson may have strayed from the straight and narrow over the years, he is a champion of those victimized children, a voice for freedom, and a living rebuke to the cowardice of the British media, police, social workers, and other officials and public figures who knew what was going on in flats in Rotherham, Newcastle, and elsewhere, but stayed silent. Anyone in the United Kingdom who believes in freedom, recognizes the danger of Islam, and has any self-respect should rally to Robinson's cause.
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Even in small villages girls are not safe anymore.

Free Tommy.

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The police lied to his layer.

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