UK Muslim Mustafa Baskal is a more prolific Tweeter than even the most vociferous of Gamergaters. Baskal, who is of Turkish descent, routinely fires off dozens of Tweets a day, inundating his followers with all sorts of 7th-century nonsense.
Recently, UK Channel 4 aired a documentary about Muslim drag queens. Of course, the Muslims featured therein were widely condemned and threatened by their coreligionists because living in the present is against Islam. The critics cited numerous Qur’an verses condemning homosexuality, effeminacy, and so forth. Let’s see what Baskal had to say.
“If you have gay thoughts… keep that within you.” Uh, so you want all gays to stay in the closet? Wow. Why don’t you keep your Islam within you and let others live their lives as they please?
So you can’t disagree with child marriage, taking captured women as sex slaves, amputating hands for theft, and so forth? If that’s Islam, it has no place in civilized society.
…and there he is justifying death threats. Religion of peace.
The media paints Muslims as terrorists because many are. It’s not a series of “isolated incidents” anymore; it’s a pattern. Maybe some drag queens would help Islam’s PR problem. Instead, the Muslim community spends its time ganging up on those brave enough to come out.
Baskal is an anti-vaxxer. His beliefs are rooted in conspiracy theories, unlike the weird vegan-esque shit the stereotypical anti-vax suburban white moms peddle.
And now for some misogyny:
What about covering yourself automatically makes you of more “value”? Sounds like bull to me. Forcing women to cover themselves to be valued is archaic. Also, Baskal is a bit of a hypocrite, as he has been photographed with an uncovered woman with whom he appears quite comfortable. Here’s some more absurd prudishness; I doubt this could come from anything other than deep insecurity:
This last screenshot will have you shaking your head harder than you already were.
So he’s either saying he isn’t a good man, or he’s full of shit about not allowing women to approach him. I suspect both.