Further evidence the media is aligned with the jihad force. They matter of factly promote, advance and give a national and international platform to annihilationists and jihadists while blacklisting voices in defense of freedom.
Look at how the BBC treats this enemy combatant with respect and deference. Have you ever seen Tommy Robinson or any of my colleagues and I ever treated with any modicum of respect on the rare occasion that we might be on? It's always a nasty game of gotcha - "racist" "islamophobe" etc.
Watch the BBC reporter giving creedence to the jihadist's lies of why Mujahid Adebolajo lbeheaded a British man on a public street. Typical Muslim greiveance mongering with media support and sanction. Poor Mujahid was mistreated when he was arrested for jihad activity in Kenya.
I am sure the BBC will be denouncing law enforcement and chanting cries of "islamophobia."
UPDATE: Thanks to asute Atlas readers who point out the interviewer said: "I understand you are both REVERTS to Islam..." This is an Islamic concept. The Islamic supremacist ideology falsifies all other religions by insisting every human being is born a Muslim. They may be led "astray" by Christianity or Judaism etc but essentially we are all Muslims and a convert is really a revert -- reverting back to Islam. Despicable, I know. Bloody BBC dhimmis....
BBC interviewee Abu Nusaybah faces three terror charges - BBC.com
A man arrested after appearing on the BBC's Newsnight programme has been charged with three terrorism offences.Abu Nusaybah, 30, from east London, was held after giving an interview about his friend, Michael Adebolajo, one of the suspects in the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
The charges, which he denies, relate to videos of lectures and written material.
They are not linked to the death of Drummer Rigby on 22 May.
Abu Nusaybah, who has been charged under his real name of Ibrahim Abdullah-Hassan, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court for a brief hearing.
He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at the Old Bailey on 28 June.
His lawyer Mozammel Hossain indicated that his client would be entering not guilty pleas.
The charges include an allegation that on or before 24 May he "published or caused another to publish" five video recorded lectures entitled In Pursuit of Allah's Governance on the Earth, intending or being reckless as to whether members of the public would be encouraged to commit, prepare or instigate acts of terrorism.
In two further charges, Abu Nusaybah is also alleged, on or before 24 May, to have provided services to others enabling them to access a video lecture by Khalid al-Husainan and a text called Reality of the Rulers by Abu Zubair Adil al-Adab - conduct which could be intended as a "direct or indirect encouragement to the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism", according to the Crown Prosecution Service's counter terrorism unit.
He was arrested on Friday 24 May outside the BBC's New Broadcasting House in central London, immediately after recording his interview with Newsnight.