Twitter exchange with apostate Neil Littlejohn (fake Muslim ID: ‘Ismaa’eel Abu Adam’)

As we can see from his twitter profile apostate Neil Littlejohn is still trying to pass himself off as a Muslim, to catch the unwary. He has no shame. Anyway, he sent some curious tweets this afternoon which I replied to. Enjoy..

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Bareen joined in and tweeted this:


Categories: Islam, Islamophobia

18 replies

  1. There is no Ismaa’eel (lol). It’s been many years since he changed his legal name back to Neil Littlejohn as he did his son’s surname from Ismaa’eel to Littlejohn.

    But hey, it’s good for business to keep the name and the very pious look…

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  2. Meet ‘Bamboo Neil’ with his *first* video for Youtube:

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  3. This guy is ignorant. There is Jewish alone in Israel. There is wall separating Palestinian Christians/Muslims from Jewish neighbourhood. Palestinian Churches, Mosques, farmlands, houses etc. were bulldozed and created Jewish only neighbourhood with guns and Army on their side. All these was supported by Christians.

    Christians never allowed any religion to practice in Europe and USA and Catholics were persecuted by by Christians. The freedom Neil is having now is not from Christianity but from liberal West who fought the Christians and slapped them with freedom of religion.

    Under Calvin or Luther theocracy Neil as a Christian apostate in his first apostasy would have been burned.


    The Swiss Reformation began in 1519 with the sermons of Ulrich Zwingli, whose teachings largely paralleled Luther’s. In 1541 John Calvin, a French Protestant who had spent the previous decade in exile writing his “Institutes of the Christian Religion,” was invited to settle in Geneva and put his Reformed doctrine—which stressed God’s power and humanity’s predestined fate—into practice. The result was a theocratic regime of enforced, austere morality.
    Along with the religious consequences of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation came deep and lasting political changes. Northern Europe’s new religious and political freedoms came at a great cost, with decades of rebellions, wars and bloody persecutions. The Thirty Years’ War alone may have cost Germany 40 percent of its population.


    On the other hand Mecca is Muslim Holy place of worship. Will a protestant like Ken Temple allow the veneration of Mary or other Catholic rituals in his Church? No.
    Non Muslims are in Saudi Arabia and Aramco is also there for the western life.


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  4. one thing which i don’t get. how do we know that neil little jon isn’t doing “takiyah” ?

    why r the missionaries trusting him?


  5. Lol, “intimidating Islamic signs”.

    Just got back from the cinema, Darth Vader in Rogue One is INTIMIDATING. Not that sign.

    I’m sure there are many similar situations around the world where people not part of a certain faith are prohibited from entering places or performing certain acts at such places.

    Jews and Christians aren’t allowed to pray at the Temple Mount

    Jews aren’t allowed in churches so if the Israeli government became a little more conservative/orthodox and decided to put up signs outside churches, just to help regulate the Jewish way of life, saying “no Jews allowed in this building” would anybody really consider that to be intimidation?

    I know these aren’t like-for-like examples but the real issue is that of self-determination. Is it really a big issue if for a non Muslim if they are not allowed in what is essentially a big mosque. If they want to go there, convert and go there to pray – that’s why Muslims go there.

    I honestly wouldn’t give a stuff if the Catholics designated some part of their Vatican (or all of it) just for Catholics. It’s not going to impact on my life whatsoever and I’m not interested in visiting there if I know it is going to be offending them. And why would I even want to visit as a tourist and get in the way of people trying to worship there?


    • Apparently, signs are more intimidating than those evangelical funded bombs that are falling on the heads of Muslim across the globe on a daily basis for 60+ years…

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  6. I still don’t understand why they worship a god who worshipped his God.They go to ambiguous verses to prove that jesus is divine(which still fails),but they ignore the clear verses which say that jesus was not God.The verse below can be used to accurately define the christians.

    It is He who has sent down to you, [O Muhammad], the Book; in it are verses [that are] precise – they are the foundation of the Book – and others unspecific. ”As for those in whose hearts is deviation [from truth], they will follow that of it which is unspecific, seeking discord and seeking an interpretation [suitable to them]”. And no one knows its [true] interpretation except Allah . But those firm in knowledge say, “We believe in it. All [of it] is from our Lord.” And no one will be reminded except those of understanding.[Surah 3:7]

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  7. This guy doesn’t look too bright. “I’m with Jesus now”. How trivial can you get.

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  8. Paul since your a Muslim and go by a Christian name, could you please add to your name “Fake Christian Name”

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