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I thought you switched the TV off?
Nonsense! I would have switched Questiontime off if Medhi wasn't on the panel!
I'm a Top Tory, and I'm a big fan of Medhi! It's great when Medhi does the newspapers review on sunrise and when he on Questiontime!
Medhi is a great Senior Editor and I like his style!
Medhi Husan,Your comments regarding David Cameron on Question Time were an utter disgrace.
You mentioned that he was whipping up racial tension and in "Munich of all places."To liken Cameron´s speech to that of Nazism is utterly unforgivable and not to mention intellectually cheap.
Your ancestors were given a chance to be in this country and make a success of themselves and that´s all well and good but in my opinion you have disgraced yourself and that of your relatives by your comments.It sadly just goes to show that such a limited intellectual as yourself if merely in the position you are because of what you are as opposed to who you are.
I am all for equal rights but based on the content of the character rather than the colour of your skin.Your entire performance was dire and base,designed to whip up cheap appalause from easy left wingers in the audience.
You should distance yourself from your comment immediately.I personally will be complaining to Ofcom about them
There is a question Time website that replays last nights program.
Andrew forget it...no one cares!
hope you have a better ally than jacqui smith next time
"...Arabs should be allowed to choose their own leaders and decide their own destiny..."
I agree. They (and Kurds, and Persians) are able to do so now in Iraq, thanks to the courage of British and American armed forces, and indeed the courage of politicians. You won't hear me say many nice things about Blair or Bush, but there is one.
Or do you think, as implied in your article, that the Iraqi people chose to have despotic leadership that included vicious tyrants and a man who was, quite literally, an insane multiple rapist?
Mehdi Hasan is a contributing writer for the New Statesman and the co-author of Ed: The Milibands and the Making of a Labour Leader. He was the New Statesman's senior editor (politics) from 2009-12.