Perhaps, I don't watch the BBC that much. I mostly watch Al-Jazeera and CNN and get most of my news from the Internet and publications ranging from the Economist to New Scientist.<quoted text>
No they haven't been reported by the BBC. You tell me where it says Muslims rioting in Stockholm.
Quote, "In Husby, more than 80% of the 12,000 or so inhabitants are from an immigrant background, and most are from Turkey, the Middle East and Somalia."
Hardly avoids the fact that most were Muslims, I wouldn't have thought. They aren't rioting because they are Muslim, although I would describe that as a contributory factor. I certainly don't suggest that integration seems a particular problem for 'Islamic communities'. The BBC perhaps take too much care not to confuse rioting Muslims with all Muslims.
Most British Muslims are as disgusted with the Woolwich attackers as you or I, don't you think?
[QUOTE who="Maggie May"]<quoted text>
The EDL march was on BBC on Weds, but they didn't show the Muslims over the road did they? Did they show the Muslims singing in the streets in Oldham? No they didn't.
If the EDL want to be seen as more than nut-jobs, they will need to remove the convicted criminal who is their 'President' and elect someone more representative...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Robinson_ (English_Defence_League)#Legal _Troubles
or it isn't unreasonable (or being a nutjob as you put it) to assume he is representative of EDL supporters and they get tolerably appropriate coverage.
Typical British manners these days. That'll help the UK's image.<quoted text>
If you do in fact live in the UK, you are one of two things....1. A leftwing nutjob....or 2. A Muslim. Either way you are not gonna admit the truth. See ya.
(See ya :-)