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UK Islamic War Memorial is 'Top Priority' in Tory Budget

Just days after Islamists sent death threats to British politicians Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has announced a memorial is to be erected to the 'brave islamic fighters' who both fought in WWii and those who 'died in combat in more recent times.'

Jeremy Hunt has announced plans for a Muslim War Memorial to be erected in Britain to the tune of £1 million, causing outrage among the great British public.

The chancellor said it would 'honour those Muslims lost in the service of freedom and democracy'. The announcement was the first item in the 2024 Tory Budget. Jeremy Hunt announced that £1 MILLION pound of taxpayers money will be spent on the Memorial.

Exclusively for Muslims.

Hunt attempted to cover the fact that he had acquiesced to an Islamic mob by claiming that past sacrifices made by those who lost their lives - no matter their faith, colour or class - would not be forgotten, before then announcing that the memorial would be exclusively for Muslims. Sikhs, Hindus and Christians were definitely not invited, even though they played a far bigger role in WWII.

Alongside the Cenotaph.

The site of the Muslim Memorial was provisionally said to be at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, However, Islamic groups are said to favour either the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square or alongside the Cenotaph in Whitehall, a location that has repeatedly been used by Muslims for prayer in recent months.

Memorial will honour Muslims who 'died in combat in recent times.'

The World Wars Muslim Memorial Trust was registered in 2016 and seeks to honour those Muslim soldiers from the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East and North Africa who were involved in the two global conflicts. It would also honour Muslim personnel from the UK who have died in combat in recent times.

Sir William Blackburne, chairman of the trust, said: 'We are very grateful to the Government for its support.'

'Our project coincides with the widespread re-evaluation of colonial history and the role Muslims play in a dynamic and changing modern Britain. 'We want to emphasise shared sacrifices, a common history and values, and an inclusive programme of education for everyone in the UK - Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

"The memorial will be a physical reminder of how people of all faiths make an impact working together and can continue to do so despite the challenges of those who attempt to divide our society."


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