‘There is no such thing as Islamophobia’: Muslim Sheikh Tawhidi claims the term is used to silence critics of Islam

A Muslim imam who campaigns against Sharia law says there is no such thing as ‘Islamophobia’, arguing it’s a term often used to silence critics of Islam.

Adelaide Shia imam Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi laments how the term ‘Islamophobia’ is used to marginalise people with legitimate concerns about Muslim migrants.

‘A phobia is an irrational fear which constitutes mental illness,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.

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  • BillyHW

    Somebody forgot to take his lithium.

    • Credit where credit is due.

      • bargogx1

        He’s got more sense than the leftist apologists. Good thing he’s not in Britain, or the British authorities would likely be hunting him down for making such “Islamophobic” claims.

  • J. C.

    Ermagersh! A Muzzie who tells the truth!!!

  • terrence22

    He will now be a target of islamic True Believers – the majority of them – and will be murdered and, probably, beheaded.

    • Tooth&Claw

      He already is.

  • Solo712

    He’s a strange bird, that one. Seems to have invented his own version of Islam to cater to pseudo-liberal salons for idiots like our own Justin Trudeau.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-06-23/imam-tawhidi-the-problem-with-the-medias-favourite-muslim/8643726

    • Alain

      I don’t know anything about him or any of that, but I do know that he is telling the truth about the invented “islamophobia”. It is an invented tool to enforce sharia in the West; nothing more, nothing less.

    • Tooth&Claw

      When reading his story, I’m reminded of Grey Owl. Take it for what it’s worth.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Said the late Christopher Hitchens, “Islamophobia is a word invented by fascists and used by cowards to manipulate morons.”

  • pdxnag

    But it is as real as a grunt of disapproval from a Muslim who would cut your head off if he could only apply the sharia here today. (Pining for the day they can. It is how Islamic supremacists think.)