Let me tell you something: Islam is very powerful. It’s superpowerful. It has the oil, the money, the countries. But here, it’s a small minority that needs special rights, Sharia courts. I asked a lot of you outside, why do you have faith schools? Why do you have schools that would bring up extremists? Why do you have schools
that teach children that I should be put to death? That I have to live every day as a target and be okay with it and live with it. And if I say a word, if I say that Islam is bad, I am an Islamophobe and I should shut up. This is it. And yet we are here debating about ‘Is it okay to curse at Islam or not? Is it okay to draw a cartoon or not or should we be more tolerant?’ Yeah, we can be more tolerant. Would the other side be more tolerant? Would the other side give us
what they are claiming? If Islam is the most
powerful force in England, will it give you the rights
that you are giving them? And I am not asking you to take away the rights of religion. But I am asking you to face the tsunami
that is coming to you. And to encourage the tsunami that we are doing by facing them off
and by saying ‘No!’ ‘No, I can leave. Being out is being able to speak and to be who you are. Because you can never
live with yourself — anybody, you can’t live with yourself if you just choose to be quiet. And this is what you are doing. You are being quiet. But we are not. Look what we are having to give and what you are giving. You are giving your freedom and we are giving our life.