Sunday, November 15, 2015


"Can i just take this opportunity to remind you all that Mr Mohammed from your local shop wasn't involved in Friday nights attacks on Paris. Neither was Mrs Azeer from Lloyds Bank or her family. Kamal from down the road has never been to Paris, and his brother Abdul, the taxi driver, was watching the news in horror along with everyone else.

The people behind last night's attacks weren't Muslims, they were extremists using religion as vindication for their cowardice.
Please, I urge each and everyone of you, do not lay blame at the doors of the innocent just because of what they believe. They are no more to blame for Paris than you are.

We are one world and one family. Treat each other as such, because what happened last night should bring us closer together, not make us lash out against our neighbours for a perceived religion affiliation".


Anonymous said...

Nicely said Terry, I hope you continue in this vein of goodwill to all humanity. (Including snp supporters) 😎

Cllr Terry Kelly said...

Anonymous said...Sunday, November 15, 2015 3:15:00 p.m.

I can't think of any snp supporters who feel any goodwill towards me. If however they write to me following the rules that everyone has to obey I will respond to them politely, that has always been the case.

Anonymous said...

Isis are different to your beloved IRA in what way councilor? Typical hypocrisy from a unionist Irish republican.
If we don't like your principles you have others.

Cllr Terry Kelly said...

Anonymous said...Tuesday, November 17, 2015 7:49:00 a.m.

I can't make any sense of this post, would you like to try again?.

Anonymous said...

You have to watch out the Muslim refugees could pretend to be Christian, the Tories/Republicans do it all the time

Arthur Kelly. Craigneuk/Chicago