Tuesday, July 23, 2019

UK: Islamic Peace TV channel faces being banned for saying gay people are worse than pigs and magicians and apostates should be executed

(London)   Peace TV a nonprofit satellite television network broadcasted globally 24/7 from the United Arab Emirates looks set to be banned from the UK after it was revealed that it was  found to have aired four programmes which breached British broadcasting regulations on inciting crime, hate speech and abuse, over the air. One show - called Strengthening Your Family - The Valley of the Homosexuals - made reference to homosexual people dying 'from a disease they contracted because they are homosexual' and said homosexuality was 'a very unnatural type of love that is energised by the influence of (Satan)'.'

Men marrying men. Being on television in front of our children, kissing each other in the mouth, walking down the street, hugging and kissing - this society has gone insane.'Even an animal that is defiled by Islam, the pig - as nasty and corrupted and contaminated as a pig is - you never see two male pigs that are trying to have sex together. That's insanity.

Another discussed execution for those who practice magic,
The correct reliable and majority opinion is that the punishment for a Sahir (Arabic for magician) is that the person should be killed,'
The two other programmes concerned the founder of the TV channel Zakir Naik, where he stated that those who left Islam should be punished by death:
“If someone leaves the religion and propagates the wrong faith, it is like treason and in Islam the punishment is death, but the death penalty cannot be given by a normal human being. It will have to be in the court of law and a [Sharia court judge] will have to be appointed . . . only he can give the death penalty.”
and the latter where he stated that women under 18 getting married was 'no problem at all', even if local laws forbid it. 

Naturally the producers of the channel have tried to excuse their bigotry by playing the reflecting the teachings of Islam'. card.  problem is Sri-Lanka, India and Bangladesh have already banned this so called 'Peace TV' channel and I suspect if the UK does likewise, it wont be the last.