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Queens Fish Bar 11:40 Mon Oct 23
Extremely British Muslim
Just catching up on channel 4.

Anyone watched? Be interested in what it makes you think.

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Northern Sold 12:01 Wed Oct 25
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Me and my MATE popped in teh Esat Ham mosque before one game ....in fact we had not won all season at home (this was january IIRC)... anyway popped in teh Mosque pissed up... treated very well... said Allah Jalfrezi a few times... and we won 2-1 with Di Canio last min penalty.... Allah moves in very mysterious ways

Dwight Van Mann 11:23 Wed Oct 25
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HairyHammer 2:07 Wed Oct 25

is there any truth in what she says?
Is that what really bothers you about the video - to near the bone for ya?

di_kezio 9:37 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
"Just as modern as every other religion"! Nice one Gav!

Gavros 3:11 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
Catching up with my week as a Muslim.

To be honest everything about the way they act and all their excuses are of a culture that is totally backward, whether that is to do with Islam - or more specifically the extreme version of it propagated by the Salafists in this world - or just plain backwards Pakistani social culture. There is no excuse for it. Islam can be just as modern as every other religion, it just needs strong leaders to lead it there. Unfortunately they are thin on the ground in this century.

SilverSurfer 2:38 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
HairyHammer

Keep watching, you'll understand in the end.

normannomates 2:35 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
I had a piss on the front door of the mosque close to the boleyn pub once...

HairyHammer 2:07 Wed Oct 25
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silver surfer

Do you like that Camel in the panel Gabrielle is it?, she is just a paid up member of the Anti-Muslim brigade, she is just shouting like a fucking bully and not making any sense, in Great Britain she would have been shut down immediately .
The lady in the audience asked a basic question and received a shitty loaded diatribe from the Camel faced witch.

SilverSurfer 1:23 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAoXgZLRee0&feature=youtu.be

White Pony 1:18 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
A shocking mess. This thread, that is.

Hayzer 1:15 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
If a woman wants to sleep with anyone, wtf has it got to do with anyone else. Still stuck in the Middle Ages

arsene york-hunt 12:27 Wed Oct 25
Re: Extremely British Muslim
So what do these "Rites" consist of hairy?

Eerie Descent 11:59 Tue Oct 24
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Shut up Zoltan you fucking tit.

HairyHammer 10:47 Tue Oct 24
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Sven Roeder


Your probably rite I should have said 1950'.

Sven Roeder 10:35 Tue Oct 24
Re: Extremely British Muslim
You mean the 1960’s of the PILL and FREE LOVE?

Or the 1860’s?

HairyHammer 10:31 Tue Oct 24
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Sorry

"The way the Muslim women in the film dressed"

HairyHammer 10:31 Tue Oct 24
Re: Extremely British Muslim
Sorry

"The way the Muslim women in the film dressed"

HairyHammer 10:30 Tue Oct 24
Re: Extremely British Muslim
Two cultures that will never understand each other although I will say this apart from the way Muslims dress they would fit in to 1920's Britain pretty well.

There is a new culture these days of women drinking heavily with some who go through boyfriends like sandwiches that did not happen back in the 60's and early 70's now it is seen as an absolute human rite that women act exactly as men do which is a shitty thing in my opinion.
The programme in my mind was forced, I mean yes the two types of British people can live side by side, but understanding and respecting each other in today's world is going to be impossible, it is almost like having a political preference I am for example a small capital lefty who leans to the middle and I would never ever go right of centre never nor would I go too far to the left,this is something like that does that mean I cannot talk with Conservatives or break bread with them, no I do it every other week or month with my family .

twoleftfeet 7:40 Tue Oct 24
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I’d like to see a documentary about a 17 year old girl lost in Bethnal Green, see if she survives.

Gavros 7:21 Tue Oct 24
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why not just do it yourself. Bar Indo is slap bang opposite the mosque. U can smoke fag and drink ber no problem. Maybe even eat a bit of rib.

DukeofDevo 7:02 Tue Oct 24
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I’d like to see a documentary on a white bloke and his girlfriend walking around Whitechapel with a bottle of wine after a night out!

Document their experiences with the local boyos!

Bromley Reject 5:49 Tue Oct 24
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Shockingly bad documentary.

If, as the Muslim woman (that's the actual Muslim woman, not the one dressed up) was at constant pains to make out, she was "British...I was born here" then why was the British woman dressed up as a "Pakistani muslim"? Why did the programme make references to the "Manchester Pakistani community"

It was, in some parts, toe-curlingly condescending. That shot of the Muslim woman wiping a tear from her cheek while watching the news about the Manchester bombing, the plinky-plonky incidental music, the constant references to the charity work etc etc

A couple of times, the facade slipped a bit..." I wouldn't let my daughter marry a non-Muslim", " I don't wear a niqab but I defend the choice of a woman to wear it"

Glad I watched it though

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