Channel 4 buries interview with individual in Manchester wearing hand grenade clothing
A video of a Muslim woman in a full Islamic veil emblazoned with a hand grenade and a machine gun warning of retaliation against Islamophobia after the Manchester terror attack was buried by UK broadcaster Channel 4.
Channel 4 visited a Muslim community in south Manchester to get their take on the Islamic terror attack that killed 23 people and injured 120 others. Viewers were immediately drawn to a woman wearing a full black veil with only her eyes visible.
The woman’s clothing had the word “love” emblazoned on it, but on closer inspection, the letters are made up of a machine gun and a hand grenade.
Asked by host Krishnan Guru-Murthy about her “reactions and feelings” in the aftermath of the horrific attack, the woman said she didn’t “need to prove anything”.