Chris Graham and the global Jihad

I have written here before that if you preferred your schadenfreude Ibrox flavoured then you should pray for a King victory.

One of the first edicts of His Glibness was to appoint Chris Graham as a Non-Executive Director (NED) to the board of Rangers International Football Club (RIFC).

My own personal view is that Mr Graham is a Sevco NED  from central casting and should be retained in the Blue Room at all costs.

He is the genuine voice of the fans and the new regime would be well advised to listen to his wise counsel.

Mr Graham is apparently now the subject of an internal Sevco probe (which sounds unpleasant in itself) regarding an image allegedly sent by him to an Imam.

The roughly drawn cartoon (which I have seen) shows the Prophet Mohammed involved in some sexual congress with another man.

The drawing could be characterised as both Islamophobic and homophobic.

The recipient of this image was the Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary on the day of the Charlie Hebdo attack.

The Parisian cartoonists paid with their lives in order for free speech to reign in our common European homeland

Therefore it should also extend to Mr Graham.

If the Ibrox director was resident in a country governed by Sharia he would almost certainly feel the full force of the state for his blasphemy.

That is how Mr Choudary would like all of Europe to be and hopefully he never gets his Islamist way.

However the RIFC NED would do well to reappear into the light and clarify his position.

Either he sent the image or he did not.

If he did indeed tweet the cartoon to Mr Choudary then I, for one, would be interested to hear Mr Graham’s theological views on the sex life of the Prophet.

As I have written here at the time of the Charlie Hebdo atrocity there are enemies of liberty willing to kill in the name of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and we must all face them down.

Even in the face of that massacre the satirical magazine did not miss an edition or a step.

They printed millions of extra copies and put the Prophet on the cover.

The message was clear to all of us including the Islamists.

Mr Graham in face of this media storm has apparently decided to show the Dunkirk spirt.

When faced with a mass of trouble advancing at Blitzkrieg speed in his direction he decided to hide while the French cope with the onslaught.

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