Economic Counter-Jihad and the Dynamics of Cultural Shifts in the UK
What is economic counter-Jihad? Let’s put that in simpler terms: Boycotting Muslim businesses.
Economic counter-jihad, a term gaining prominence in the UK, refers to a movement where people, concerned about the impact of mass immigration and cultural tensions, express their grievances through non-violent means—specifically, by choosing where they spend their money. This movement advocates boycotting businesses owned by Muslims. The rationale behind this strategy is rooted in the belief that money spent at Muslim-owned establishments contributes to the construction of mosques and may facilitate further immigration, prompting Brits to reconsider their consumer choices as a form of societal expression.… Click here to continue reading this article