Read one British Muslim teenager’s hilarious response to Nigel Farage and Islamophobia

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Fed up of hearing calls for ordinary Muslims to condemn and oppose Islamic State (formerly ISIS/ISIL), one young British Muslim lamented the burden of responsibility online. His hilarious Facebook post quickly went viral.

Imagine if all of the world’s political leaders could break down social injustice as well as this guy on Facebook looking for a date.

British teenager Kash Ali doesn’t ask for much. Some romance, and for people to not expect him to stop ISIS. That’s all.

I don't understand why non muslims think we British Muslims can stop isis, mate I can't even get a text back from the girl I like and you expect me to stop a terrorist organization ffs

Posted by Kash Ali on Monday, 16 November 2015

I don’t understand why non-Muslims think we British Muslims can stop ISIS, mate I can’t even get a text back from a girl I like and you expect me to stop a terrorist organization ffs.

Kash’s viral post appears to be in response to UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage, who accused British Muslims of having “a split of loyalties” following the Paris attacks last Friday.

Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid The Sun also called on British Muslims to denounce ISIS by marching “through London in massive numbers with placards saying ‘not in our name.’”

Fortunately all’s well that ends well.

Update: The girl just texted me back, Lmao she didn't wanna know me when I weren't famous. Not so nice being blanked now is it xXRude-GyalBD7Xx is it??!!

Posted by Kash Ali on Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Kash has since become famous and been interviewed across international media.