The EDL leader, also known as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, posted a picture of the Taj Mahal on Sunday night, saying it was a mosque, before appending the “creeping sharia” hashtag which has been used to incidate a belief that sharia law has a growing presence in Britain.
Unconvinced by his demonstrably non-sensical argument tweeters took the the platform to lampoon Robinson’s hashtag.
Here are our favourite tweets mocking the far right group’s campaign.
If you look really carefully, a packet of iced gems looks like lots & lots of little Mosques. #creepingsharia
— Catriona Soutar (@lacatchat) April 16, 2012
Alcohol is not available at my children’s primary school #creepingsharia
— Keith Kahn-Harris (@KeithKahnHarris) April 16, 2012
— Akkas Al-Ali (@akkasistan) April 16, 2012
I haven’t eaten or drank anything since breakfast! Not even ramadan yet #creepingsharia
— Nadiya (@NadiyaTakolia) April 16, 2012
— Yasin Akgun (@yasinakgun) April 16, 2012
54% of straight women said they preferred a man with facial hair… #CreepingSharia
— Keith Fyans (@Tsanuri) April 16, 2012
My milkman refuses to deliver me bacon as well. #creepingsharia
— Oliver Jones (@theOliJones) April 16, 2012
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