Tommy Robinson recently stopped at a service station where four coaches full of British soldiers were taking a break. He said hello to the lads and some of them posed for “selfies” with Tommy.
Tommy called it an honour to stand with British troops and shake their hands, even just for a few moments.
But when the Muslim Council of the UK heard about this, they immediately demanded that the Army punish these soldiers — and to their shame, the Army did.
These lads had their cell phones seized and inspected for “illegal” photos of Tommy. And the Armed Forces’ official Islamic advisor, Asim Hafiz, condemned these men — before the investigation was even complete — telling reporters that “any form of racism, discrimination or extremism is taken extremely seriously and will be dealt with accordingly”.