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In Britain, Another Step Toward the Abyss

The country that stood up to Nazism takes capitulation to Islam to new heights.

“Big Ben has fallen,” tweeted Giulio Meotti, the Italian critic of Islam. Mr. Brexit, Nigel Farage, wrote: “This is the beginning of religious, sectarian politics in our country. It will get very ugly….By the 2029 general election we will have a radical Islamic party represented in Westminster.” And actor-turned-activist Laurence Fox commented: “Expect what happened today…to become a much more regular occurrence as Britain is bullied into submission.”

Exactly what did happen? On February 21, the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle,  made a ruling in violation of a recondite House rule that most British subjects had to have explained to them. The next day, the Daily Mail did just that. February 21 was, as it happens, an “Opposition Day” in the Commons, meaning that it was devoted to the discussion of issues raised by an opposition party, in this case the Scottish National Party – which, in an apparent attempt to highlight Labour Party divisions over the war in Gaza, offered a strongly pro-Palestinian motion calling for an “immediate ceasefire” and the release of hostages while also accusing Israel of targeting innocent Palestinians.

In response, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer proposed an amendment that was less critical of Israel, while the Tory government presented its own amendment, which, in line with its current policy, defended Israel’s right to self–defense and called simply for a “humanitarian pause” in the fighting in Gaza. According to House rules regarding Opposition Day activities, only the latter amendment should have been entertained; but after some Labour MPs who didn’t like the SNP’s intensely anti-Israeli motion shared with Hoyle their fears that a vote against it would expose them to violence by Muslims – most of whom, until October 7, were a highly reliable voting bloc for Labour – Hoyle ordered that the House vote, first, on the Labour amendment; then, on the SNP motion; and, finally, on the Tory amendment.

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