Muslim Protester Calls BBC’s Stacey Dooley a Naked Seductress-Truth!
Summary of eRumor:
This is a forwarded email with a YouTube link to a video by a British woman named Stacey Dooley that investigated Muslim extremists in her home town of Luton. While interviewing a Muslim female protester and discussing making choices of what to wear the protester told Dooley that the journalist was naked. The protester then asked her who she was trying to seduce.
The video is from a documentary called My Hometown Fanatics by Stacey Dooley, a British journalist and presenter for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Her investigative documentary on Muslims in Luton, a large town 30 miles North of London, originally aired on February 20, 2012. According to the 2001 UK Census prepared by the Office for National Statistics Luton has a Muslim population of close to 15%. The British media dubbed Luton the “extremist capital of Britain.” Dooley, a native from Luton, sought to find out the reasons for her hometown’s reputation.
The 4 minute YouTube video that is circulating the Internet is an edited sample, which only shows the extremists protester confrontation and the radical side of Islam and was taken the one hour program. The alleged name calling incident occurred while Dooley was interviewing a veiled Muslim female during a protest march and was told by the protester to go put on some clothes. This was in response to Dooley questioning her as to why the Muslim protesters wanted the British Police and the UK to burn in Hell.
The one hour program actually covered more aspects of Muslim life in Luton and how the townspeople have reacted to the cultural and religious changes.
There is also a fourteen minute video of segments from the program that was posted on YouTube, which shows in more detail Dooley’s documentary.