THE BRITISH Army has said that a soldier who had a photo taken with Tommy Robinson will be discharged from the Army.
The Muslim Council of Britain was behind the so-called ‘outrage’ and has hit out the brave British Army lads.
A source was told the recruit had a long record of disciplinary problems.
“This was the straw that broke the camel’s back,” a source said.
Tommy Robinson bumped into a group of Army recruits who were at a service station and they asked to take a photo with him.
Mr Robinson said: “it’s the most honourable morning I’ve ever had.”
He added: “A moment like this makes it all worthwhile. Today I met real British heroes.”
The Army said: “Anyone who is in breach of the army’s values and standards will face administrative action,” a spokeswoman said.
The Muslim Council of Britain and its spokesman Miqdaad Versi was behind the so-called ‘outrage’ and has hit out the brave British Army lads.
Miqdaad Versi, who once claimed that “White Britons ‘need to integrate with Muslims and migrants” complained to the Army over the photo.
Tommy has hit back at the MCB with the following statement: “The ‘Muslim Council of Britain’ would do better to look for extremism amongst its own communities.
It certainly wouldn’t need to look far. The British Army exists to protect OUR culture and OUR freedoms, they are allowed to express their own freedoms. I have never incited the killing of British soldiers.” said Tommy.
He added: A member of the Muslim Council of Britain, Daud Abdullah, signed a letter inciting the killing of our lads, a few years before Lee Rigby was murdered. Your values are not our values.”
There is now a petition against an investigation sign this petition to Chief of the Defence Staff, Gen. Sir Nick Carter, telling him to call off his dogs.
A petition has now been launched to the Army Lads under fire for the photo.