LONDON – A group of young men parade through London’s streets as the “Muslim Patrols” and attack women who are dressed ‘indecent’, gay men and those drinking alcohol.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 23 2013 Europe→World News
The Muslim Patrols are active late evening and night time and have been condemned by the British Muslim society for their acts of violence against innocent people.
A spokesperson for London’s East London Mosque says the Muslim Street Patrols are totally unacceptable and are clearly an attempt to create friction and unrest between various communities.
The Muslim patrols are usually out and about on Saturday night. They harass anyone who they believe is not ‘up to their code’. They burn advertisements they find inappropriate and attack people they think are gay or lesbian.
Shouting “This is Muslim territory,” the Muslim Patrols record their night-time activities with cellphones. Muslim organizations condemn the groups.
Mohammed Shafiq, chairman of the Ramadhan Organization, which promotes peace between communities, states what the Muslim Patrols are doing must be stopped immediately and can not be tolerated.
“We live in the United Kingdom and here British laws apply,” says Shafiq.
Scotland Yard is investigating the matter and have asked victims to come forth and give statements and descriptions of individuals involved with the Muslim Street Patrols.
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