Muslim Girl in Hijab Dances, Muslim Men Call Her Foul Names and Threaten to Kill Her

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A Muslim girl in Britain is learning a very harsh lesson about what her faith teaches about women and how they should be treated.

Earlier this week a young Muslim women in a hijab was caught on video “twerking” and dancing in a provocative way on a busy Birmingham, England sidewalk. The person who captured the video could be heard speaking angrily against the girl, calling her some disgusting words, and even saying that the young woman should be murdered.

Apparently, in Islam it is not okay for a young woman to act out while hanging out and shopping with her friends.

Here’s the video:

While the man’s anger exposes the basic problem with Islam, it was the reactions from the Internet that truly unmasked why we must stand against Islam and why we must continue speaking truth about the world’s most dangerous religion.

From HeatStreet:

A Muslim girl captured on camera twerking in Britain has apologized for “disrespecting” Islam and hijab following the backlash from the Muslim community.

The girl, whose name remains unknown, was criticized after video filmed in the UK city of Birmingham, showed her twerking while wearing a hijab. The footage was viewed well over 1 million times on social media and has received thousands of negative comments, including death threats towards the girl.

One person commented saying, “F*****g s**t someone give me her address I will kill her”. Another man seconded: “Stupid b****h needs to be killed”.

In the immediate aftermath of the video going viral on the Internet the Muslim world exploded in outrage. However, the outrage wasn’t aimed at the disgusting man who said such horrid things about a young girl on a Birmingham street. No, the anger, the outrage, the upset was all aimed at the young woman. In an attempt to rehab her image she even spoke with a pair of popular conservative Vloggers and apologized to all of Islam for the problems her dancing had caused.

When asked why she would partake in such behavior the young woman tried to explain, “I was out with my friends, we were going shopping and there were these people playing music, there was one song that a girl wanted to dance with me.” The girl then added that she had some mental health issues which made it difficult for her to think straight. She then went on to apologize profusly, even thanking those who have said such cruel things about her for the “help” they’ve given her. “To all the girls that wear hijab and wear abayah I’m sorry for disrespecting it. I’ve learnt from my mistake… I’m just hurt, I just want everybody to leave it alone and keep everything away. I don’t want it to be how it was and I’m not gonna do anything like again and I’m sorry for disrespecting it and thank you to all of you that helped.”

This takes the idea of “victim shaming” to a whole new level. I think most of us can agree with anti-Sharia Iranian activist Maryam Namazie who may have said it best after noticing to reaction to this episode…

Republished with permission Constitution.com

Onan is the Editor-in-Chief at Liberty Alliance media group. He’s also the managing editor at Eaglerising.com, Constitution.com and the managing partner at iPatriot.com. You can read more of his writing at Eagle Rising.
Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their three wonderful children.

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