Calling out British Pakistani MP Sajid Javid

I only really heard of Sajid Javid, who is a rising Tory MP a few months ago when he was given a glowing report on some Pakistani tv channel.

They presented him as a hard working child of Pakistani immigrant parents who had worked hard and done good.

Just a few days later, I came across the true nature of this man.

His views are best summed up from from December 2012. Instead of telling you in my own words what this man represents, I will just finish with a quote from the article:

Names and ages of Palestinians killed

Because they are not just numbers:


shraf al-Qedra, a spokesman for the Gaza health ministry, is providing Al Jazeera with a list the names of those killed since the start of Israel's campaign on Monday, July 7. The list is updated regularly.

1. Mohammed Shaaban (24) killed in Gaza

2. Amjad Shaaban (30) killed in Gaza

3. Khader Al-Bashiliki (45) killed in Gaza

4. Rashad Yassin (27) killed in the Nusseurat refugee camp

5. Mohammed Ayman Ashour (15) killed in Khan Younis

6. Riad Mohammed Kawareh (50) killed in Khan Younis

7. Bakr Mohammed Judeh (22) killed in Khan Younis

8. Ammar Mohammed Judeh (26) killed in Khan Younis

#GazaUnderAttack protests in Manchester

#GazaUnderAttack protests outside BBC Offices in MediaCityUK on 12 July 2014

This is the first time I have attended protests since 2003, when 2 million people couldn't prevent the bloodlust of the UK and US governments.

First protest was tiny, around 200/300 people in Manchester Picadilly Gardens.

The second one was larger, in MediaCityUK, outside the BBC offices. It was also protesting the very biased coverage that the BBC has broadcast, which seemed to be limited to humanising the Israelis and defending their "right" to destroy Gaza to an extent that even Israeli newspapers like Haaretz were less biased.

This one was bigger, but once again not of a size that it should have been

"The people of Israel have the right to live without constant fear for their security"

After Israel's ongoing attacks on Gaza, the British foreign secretary Mr William Hague released a statement on tuesday 9 July 2014. Mostly condemning the Palestinians.

The bit of his statement that caught my eye was the following:

"The people of Israel have the right to live without constant fear for their security"

No they don't.

Not until they give the same reciprocal right to their neighbours and their ocuppied.

Israelis do not have an automatic right to safety and security as long as the Palestinians are occupied and oppressed by them.

Israelis do not have the right to live without constant fear for their security until they give security to the Palestinians.

Gaza under attack by monsters (again)

It seems that aftera few days of bombing, Israel has started its pummelling of Gaza tonight which they have called "Operation Protective Edge" AKA - let's blow them them Palestinians up again.

The Palestinians will be punished badly and while they continue to fight for their rights, no one else seems to give anything buy verbal assistance.

Egypt, the southern neighbour of Gaza is in fact even an accomplice to the disasters that have befallen Gaza and if it could would probably be even more severe on the Palestinians than Israel.

The Muslim world is probably at the weakest most scattered than it has ever been, probably even weaker than after the Mongol invasion that destroyed Baghdad and created a period with weak muslim leadership lasting 2/3 centuries.

‘Hope, faith, willpower, prayer’.

(By Unknown)

Bombs exploding,

Sirens wailing,

Children screaming,

Mothers screeching,

Bodies piling,

Rockets firing,


Chaos unfolding…


Not knowing whether they’ll live to see another day…

Unable to sleep due to fear of losing their home and loved ones….


Innocent civilians living in constant fear and threat…

Wondering if peace will ever be restored…



Mentally crushed,

Forever Palestine!..Forever in our Hearts!

Oh Palestinians try not to cry,

Be patient and raise your hands up high.

We’ve got people living here,

Who have no fear.

We’ve got people living here who are wasting their time,

Too busy indulged in crime.

Why don’t we remember our brothers and sisters?

Mothers and fathers who are going through pain,

Likewise we’ve got people, who are playing a game,

Trying to gain fame.

Wake up before it’s too late,

And try to change your fate.

Why are we wasting time watching the news?

Who are trying to get across their bias views

Take a break from your busy tasks,

And look at the numerous facts.

Show your respect and care,

Pray for everyone suffering out there.