Here's a breakdown of the video so you'll know what to expect.
Part 1: selected excerpts about all of the good the program they're discussing will do. Also, red camels feature heavily here. Apparently, they're the best riding beast one can get. I am going to look into these red camels at a later time (after I'm able to laugh at it properly). This is the first 4 minutes of the video. Other than for the lulz, it's easily enough ignored. (Though, the price figures on what else the money could be doing are nice to see; they should be repeated. They were trying to get a person to pledge a thousand pounds to run a program to teach 100 muslims enough about islam that they wouldn't become apostates.
A charity event I'm plugging for next month can make much better use of that. For about 67.5% of that, an entire MSF team can be funded. For about .3% of that, one person can be treated for Malaria. 9.5% of that will inoculate 500 children from measles (a disease that actually kills people). 5.2% of that treats one child of mild malnutrition.
Part 2: the Atheist Messiah using well-learned guerrilla terrorist tactics dials the numbers on his phone. He lays down the tactic, genesis of the idea and the disguise he'd wear for the attack. This is about the next 3 minutes of the video. (this ends at the about the 7 minute mark)
Part 3: he attacks! Church of England is a nice place to start off! Pascal's Wager seems to make a welcome appearance. And then Pascal's Wager gets shoved up their burqas. (Except they aren't wearing one; they're men - naturally).
This caller is on youtube as TheRationalizer. He does a fine job of addressing "science" of the Koran. He's not a scientist, but he's thoughtful and well-studied in the relevant fields. I'd recommend his work to anyone to see what can be done if one is intellectually curious, unafraid of cracking a book on physics and mathematics and evaluating what one is told against what mathematics and science can do.
[Edit: another example of meatspace shenanigans seem relevant here given a conversation happening at Abbie's place right now; instead of making a new post for its own sake, I can fit it here quite comfortably.]
Dan S. apparently, thinks that it's words alone which do the work. And that swastikas are evil! See post 1250.
Incident to a comment, I'm including a picture of the swastika - two different ones, each one which has a different directionality. The direction is irrelevant to the symbol.