The BBC has since backtracked and apologized, yet in the event that there had been no commotion, the question would have stood unchallenged. It indicates how Sharia standards are gradually being mainstreamed in England. One faultfinder stated: “If today @BBC discussing disciplines for #blasphemy in England with 6% of populace #Muslim what’s our future in 30 years?” To be sure.
“Muslim moderator flashes commotion as she asks BBC Asian System Twitter supporters ‘what is the correct discipline for blasphemy?,'” by Charlie Moore, Mailonline, Walk 18, 2017:
The BBC’s Asian System has incited hullabaloo by asking its Twitter supporters ‘what is the correct discipline for sacrilege?’
A video posted for its shows Muslim dissident Shazia Awan requesting that supporters connect and offer their suppositions on how sacrilege ought to be managed.
Her suspicion that sacrilege – which is as yet deserving of death in some Muslim nations – ought to likewise be rebuffed in England stunned numerous watchers.
Paul Joseph seethed: ‘There ought to be no discipline for ‘profanation’. It’s the 21st century for f***s purpose. BBC is Growth.’
Skeptical Ali A. Rivaz asked: ‘Is this a genuine question?’
Another composed: ‘If today @BBC discussing disciplines for #blasphemy in England with 6% of populace #Muslim what’s our future in 30 years?’
Linda sulher [sic] composed: ‘This is England, people. Stunning. ‘What is the Correct Discipline For impiety?’ asks Muslim-centered BBC Radio System’… .
Also, Safiya Alfaris composed: ‘There ought to be no discipline of disrespect… rather rebuff the individuals who unnerve kids into trusting they’ll copy in hellfire.’
Asia System’s video came after Pakistan requested that Facebook help it take action against ‘impious substance’ as Pakistanis “sassed” Islam on the web… .
The BBC today apologized, written work on Twitter: ‘Expressions of remorse for ineffectively worded address from Asia Arrange yday. Q was in setting of Pak requesting that FB help we shd have made that unmistakable.’
‘We never mean to infer Irreverence ought to be rebuffed. Provocative question that failed to understand the situation.’…