Robert Kilroy-Silk spoke a few truths What a disgrace; please call us when the BBC stops kneeling to Bin Laden.
and the BBC fired him.
The Kilroy programme will be taken off air immediately following comments made by Robert Kilroy-Silk in a newspaper article, the BBC has announced.
The presenter branded Arabs "suicide bombers, limb amputators, women repressors" and asked what they had given to the world other than oil. ... He said Arabs "murdered more than 3,000 civilians on 11 September" and then "danced in the streets" to celebrate.
The BBC happily promotes a "poet" who calls Israelis "nazis" (see below) but when someone tells a few truthes about islam, the "Beeb" bends over like a cheap hooker.
CRE chair Trevor Phillips said: "This article is indisputably stupid and its main effect will be to give comfort to the weak-minded."
Maybe he should the Koran?
"However, given the extreme and violent terms in which Mr Kilroy-Silk has expressed himself, there is a danger that this might incite some individuals to act against someone who they think is an Arab."
If that's true, then "BBC House poet" Tom Paulin should have been flogged for encouraging sand-nazis to slaughter Jews.
Earlier this year Paulin, who lectures in 19th- and 20th-century English
literature at Oxford University, told the influential Egyptian paper
al-Ahram Weekly that what he described as "Brooklyn-born" Jewish
settlers should be "shot dead." He said: "They should be shot dead. I
think they are Nazis, racists, I feel nothing but hatred for them." He
added: "I can understand how suicide bombers feel. . . . I think attacks
on civilians in fact boost morale.
For some reckless verse about Tom Paulin and his ilk, write to Jewpoint for the link; WARNING: contains language not suitable for children nor the faint of heart.