Well done to the Guardian, it turns out (thanks shiraz socialist) that one of the people Stuart Jefferies quoted in an article accusing secularists of being intolerant is actually a representative of Hamas in Britain and in the video below can be seen calling for the eradication of Israel and expressing his support for various terrorist organisations in the middle east.
The article quotes Azzim Tamimi, bills him as director of the Institute of Islamic Political Thought, says his views apparently resonate with the Archbishop of York, but fails to tell readers anything about his support for Hamas. Which really shines a whole new light on the Tamimi quote used by Jefferies:
"I refer to secular fundamentalism. The problem is that these people believe that they have the absolute truth. That means you have no room to talk to others so you end up having a physical fight."
You know the Guardian can quote who they like and Tamimi has his right to his opinions, but using this source to accuse secular atheists of extremism but tell readers nothing about his background is misleading journalism to say the least.