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Muslim Andrew Tate Calls for The ‘Islamification of Britain’ – Says Britain Has No Culture and Should Accept Allah



Alleged rapist and trafficker Andrew Tate has called for Britain to be dominated by his faith, Islam, and has said he is ‘looking forward to seeing The Islamic republic of Great Britistan in her final form’.

Tate, who converted to Islam last year following his arrest over numerous allegations, with the social media influencer and proven woman-beater also accused of trafficking minors, has a history of controversially promoting Islamism – even supporting the terrorist Taliban regime in its banning of girls being allowed an education.

Responding to a ‘mega mosque’ being built in central London, Tate celebrated the move before attacking Britain by saying it lacked any form of culture.

In late October, a video went viral on Twitter, showing former British kickboxer Andrew Tate learning how to pray like a Muslim from a friend and fellow MMA fighter, Tam Khan. Days later, Khan confirmed Tate’s conversion to Islam.

Writing for Aljazera, Yousra Samir wrote that the event was “a blow to Muslim women like myself, and to parents and others in the community who had been breathing a sigh of relief since Tate was banned across every major social media platform in August. Our big fear: this might cement his popularity with some Muslim men. It is a worry that has only been amplified by Elon Musk’s decision to reinstate Tate’s Twitter account.


In one of Tate’s most notorious videos, he talks about how he would respond if a woman was to accuse him of cheating: “It’s bang out the machete, boom in her face and grip her by the neck. Shut up b**** … slap, slap, grab, choke,” he says. Tate has previously said in a tweet that “if you put yourself in a position to be raped, you must bear some responsibility.

Andrew Tate holding a Koran during a recent court appearance to answer to charges of rape and human trafficking.

Andrew Tate holding a Koran during a recent court appearance to answer to charges of rape and human trafficking.

“What has been particularly worrying for many in the Muslim community in the West is that Tate has become a role model for some Muslim men, especially after expressing his admiration for Islam in this YouTube video. These men have taken to Twitter, in a corner of the social media platform that some in the community have nicknamed MT or Muslim Twitter, to align themselves with Tate and his views.

“But many Muslims — both women and men — are also pushing back against this trend, warning of the risks involved if the poisonous material being peddled by the likes of Tate gains acceptance among broader sections of the community’s youth.


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  1. Joe Scott

    July 19, 2023 at 5:49 pm

    What an absolute dreg of maggot vomit…

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