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Tory euroscepticism has landed them on the farish right, with a hotchpotch group of flakey revanchistes
"He's shut up i'th dark for as monny year as he's charged fowk for feet o 'gas' at they've niver burned; an 'bi what awve heeard some o'th older end o'th sperits say, it seems varry likely' at eternity will ha getten farish in, befoor he sees leet agean."
And more often than not, the same sentence is uttered or written by precisely the sort of self-trained autodidact whose own knowledge of Islam came from whatever he or she read on the internet or some cassette he bought at the local market. farish brought this up in the light of the call to ban sisters in islam (SIS) but i can relate very well to the above paragraph because when i used to blog touching on islam, i had many commenters coming in to say that to me - "you are not qualified to talk about islam". said? the word to use should be rather 'to admonish'. yes each time i brought up some issues that touch on islam, some commenters, of course mostly muslim, will attacked me with this childish mantra "you are not qualified to talk about islam, so please shut up". at that time, i thought to myself …
farish noor in his latest post "you are not qualified to talk about islam: how to respond to attempts to close the public domain".