Far-right LGBT Group Hijacks Pulse Shooting Anniversary To Spew Hate Against 1.7 Billion Peaceful Muslims

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A far-right LGBT group plans to hijack the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting with an anti-Muslim march, reports PinkNews.

“Gays Against Shariah – UK” are also capitalizing on the public outrage surround the torture and killings of gay men in Chechnya.
The march, called the “Gays Against Shariah/Orlando Memorial Rally”, is scheduled for June 10 in Manchester. At the time of this writing, few more than 70 people are interested in attending.

The event’s Facebook page includes “shocking images of men being hanged, racist, Islamophobic content, and a video produced by gay Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos.”

Writes PinkNews:

It has been organised by the founder of the [English Defence League’s] supposed LGBT wing, Tommy Cook, who goes by the name Tommy English on social media.

Despite Mr English, head of Gays Against Sharia, failing to secure necessary Public Liability insurance for the event, he still plans to go ahead with the march.

Mr English claims to have been in touch with EDL leader Tommy Robinson, who is supporting the march and says it should go ahead regardless of legality.

Noted far right figures in England are expected to attend the march.

Well-known human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has been attacked online by event organizers since protesting the march.

According to a study in 2015, Islam has 1.7 billion adherents, making up over 23% of the world population.

An FBI report shows that only a small percentage of terrorist attacks carried out on U.S. soil between 1980 and 2005 were perpetrated by Muslims. GlobalResearch notes that non-Muslims carried out more than 90% of all terrorist attacks in America.

Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil by Group, From 1980 to 2005, According to FBI Database

U.S. News and World Report noted:

Of the more than 300 American deaths from political violence and mass shootings since 9/11, only 33 have come at the hands of Muslim-Americans, according to the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security. The Muslim-American suspects or perpetrators in these or other attempted attacks fit no demographic profile—only 51 of more than 200 are of Arabic ethnicity. In 2012, all but one of the nine Muslim-American terrorism plots uncovered were halted in early stages. That one, an attempted bombing of a Social Security office in Arizona, caused no casualties.

The far-right group has apparently overlooked multiple domestic terrorist attacks at the hands of Christian terrorist, including the November 2015 Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting, in which three were killed and nine injured. The shooting was described as “a form of terrorism” by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.

The gunman, Robert Lewis Dear, was described as a “delusional” man who had written on a cannabis internet forum that “sinners” would “burn in hell” during the end times, and had also written about smoking marijuana and propositioned women for sex. He had praised the Army of God, saying that attacks on abortion clinics are “God’s work”. Deer’s ex-wife said he had put glue on a lock of a Planned Parenthood clinic, and in court documents for their divorce she said “He claims to be a Christian and is extremely evangelistic, but does not follow the Bible in his actions. He says that as long as he believes he will be saved, he can do whatever he pleases. He is obsessed with the world coming to an end.”

The group also fails to point blame at Christian lawmakers who have persecuted LGBT American citizens for decades.