The BBC did something no one expected and amusingly mocked the Islamic State and women who travel to Syria in a clip from their show Revolting.
The short video is designed as a fake trailer for a show parodying Real Housewives.
There's actually some fun shots thrown at Islamist, feminists, and the religion of Islam itself.
It's borderline politically incorrect, which means it's way funnier than anything the CBC has ever done.
However, some on the left don't like this one bit. On Facebook Aftab Bashir wrote, “Let's make satire about British soldiers being killed in Iraq and let's ridicule their widows and children because its all a bit of a laugh ain't it.”
In a follow up comment, Ebrahim Dar-wa said, “Funny for non Muslims but we don't take this as a joke.
Even though ISIS is made up by the West a lot of views are based on religion so this is attacking Islamic values.”
Another user, Hannah Berry wrote, “How about instead of putting in the money to make this you could actually send the money out to help those suffering in places like Allepo.”
More Muslims whined saying “Disgraceful and distasteful.
The BBC is normalising Islamophobia through comedy” and “So a show depicting hijab wearing women as terrorists.
How do you think this will help the Muslim women living in west suffering daily attacks from ignorant, hateful people? This is really sick.”
While these may seem like minority Muslim opinions, you'd be surprised.
A poll released last year found that 23 per cent of British Muslims support the introduction of Sharia law.
And that's not all. 39 per cent of Muslims, male and female, say a woman should always obey her husband.
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