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Muslim Pro Scandal How location data flows from a popular - Muslim app to the U.S. military.

Posted: Nov 20th, 2020 - 5:21 am

Finding something that makes you laugh in these troublesome times can be a challenge. It has to be said, 2020 has not exactly been a gift in terms of comedy — unless you have a very, very dark sense of humor.

Fortunately I do. And it gives me great pleasure to update you on the latest scandal to hit the Muslim stronghold of the UK.

Muslim Pro— one of the most popular apps downloaded on phones by the Muslim masses — has been accused of selling data to the U.S. Military. Better still, a U.S. Special Operations Command spokesperson has confirmed the purchase from the broker apparently involved.

I say a big British hooray for the U.S. Military and all the good men and women fighting to protect ordinary Americans from the Islamist threat we all face. It has been brutal in Europe over the last few weeks with attacks in Paris, Nice and Vienna.

But imagine the outrage here in the UK when our little Muslim Mayor of London -- who is crying about how "it has never been more difficult to be a Muslim" -- finds out the app he uses to remember his own name is passing on intel to the U.S. President.

For the uninitiated -- which included me until the Imams started getting excited -- Muslim Pro has around 50 million downloads on Android and 98 million downloads on other platforms. If you aren’t on Muslim Pro, you are basically Jewish. Or Robert Spencer. Or me.

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