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Tommy Robinson To Debate Head Of British Muslim Youth In Rotherham
An exclusive from Breitbart
PEGIDA organizer Tommy Robinson has agreed to debate the head of the British Muslim Youth (BMY) in Rotherham, on whether or not Islam is responsible for the over-representation of Muslims in rape gang scandals.
“Tommy Robbinson, I’m ready for you,” Muhbeen Hussain, the founder and chair of BMY told Breitbart London. His organization is based in Rotherham, and was set up on the anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings to “promote the real teachings of Islam”.
They rose to prominence in October last year, after inciting a Muslim boycott of South Yorkshire Police and threatening to boycott any Muslim shop or organization that continued to work with the police. They have also lobbied for more influence over local policing and attempted to block today’s PEGIDA walk from taking place with the power the won.
As you can see from the picture below taken at the meeting in October last year where they voted to boycott co-operation with the Police 'youth' is anybody with a pulse who is not female.
Mr. Hassan has argued that Muslims were “stigmatized” after the Rotherham rape scandal, and accused the police of spreading “pernicious lies” that it was a fear of being called “racist” that stopped them tackling Muslims rape gangs in the town.
Mr. Hassan said he was happy to meet and debate the founder of the English Defense League: “We met with Tommy Robinson today. We met with him, I sat down and we spoke peacefully. We said look we believe in democratic values, what we don’t want is local town centres, local businesses being affected. I’m ready to debate him on this topic of grooming and Muslims and I am ready to challenge him.
“Tommy I’m ready for you, whenever you want to debate, you set the day I’m there. I’ll come and I’ll debate you.”
Mr. Robinson said they were going to set a date for the debate, and if the police blocked it they would have it on the streets. “What happened last time was the police think they will get rid of the problem by cancelling venues, they’re not. You can’t push this problem underground, you “need to have an open debate about it, which is what we’re trying to do like adults”, he said, adding: “If they don’t let us get a venue then I’ve said we’ll do it on the streets of Rotherham.”