A large part of my work is making elementary distinctions that are repeatedly obscured, and apparently deliberately so, by those who should know better, and probably do. In the first place, there is no evidence as far as I know that Masood was an observant or devout Christian at any time in his life, and testimony from people who knew him that he was a “very religious” Muslim. Moreover, when he was violent before he converted to Islam, this violence had nothing to do with Christianity, as Christianity does not exhort believers to commit acts of violence. When he was violent after he converted to Islam, there is every reason to believe that he may have found justification for his violence in the numerous texts and teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah that exhort believers to commit acts of violence and tell them they will be rewarded by Allah for doing so.
But the next time there is a jihad attack in Britain, Sayeeda Warsi will say the same thing again, and no one will dare contradict her or try to cut through her obfuscations; to do so would be “Islamophobic.”
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