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Tommy Robinson trolled after suggesting hijab 'slavery of women'

Tommy Robinson was the former leader of the English Defence League hate group [AFP]

Date of publication: 30 August, 2017

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How do Twitter users respond to hated man Tommy Robinson's hate-tweets? With a hint of humour, pinch of sarcasm and a dash of mockery, of course.
A far-right extremist and former leader of the English Defence League [EDL] hate group was once again trolled online this week, after tweeting an image suggesting the Muslim headscarf is equal to the “slavery of women”.  

Tommy Robinson, known for his highly inflammatory anti-Islam views, posted an image of hijab-wearing mannequins from a mega British department store with the caption “Debenhams in Birmingham. Promoting the slavery of women”.

But of course, the tweet was met with hundreds of objections, with most using humour and mockery to denounce the distasteful tweet.

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