Dr. Leon Moosavi (whose speciality is Islamophobia) decides that it’s a good idea on Remembrance Day, which is Britain’s most inviolable and sacred holiday, to suggest that “hero” may not be an appropriate term for British soldiers:
On the other hand the Sikh Chaplain, Ms. Kaur, manages to weave in Sikh martial prowess (sacrifice during the Wars) and historiography to give it a distinctly British flavor.
Interestingly enough it is Dr. Moussavi, who is a half-English (half-Iranian?) local lad with the PhD & northern accent, whereas Ms. Kaur is the immigrants with the head-scarf and desi accent. His video has had 50 dislikes so far (60 likes I’m guessing from the liberal-left and Muzzers) wheres her video has had 27likes-6dislikes (safe to say the dislikes are either Sikh or white extremists).
The British Asian community is splintering into progressives and regressives and it’s fairly obvious where the Sikhs are placing themselves. Now more than ever the Muzzers need Jahan Mahmood to get the word out, especially on Remembrance Day, of Muslim sacrifice for Britain.
The first recipient of the Victoria Cross was a Muslim called Khudadad Khan.
The majority of the youngest soldiers to have fought and died in WWII came from (the region that today constitutes) Pakistan.