show/hide profile info
Register to take part
email

Hooded 'Muslim Patrol' vigilantes remove alcohol from drinkers and tell women to

  • 2 Replies
  • 835 Views

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

*

Offline the leveller

  • Global Moderator
  • *****
  • 3515
  • +75/-0
Hooded 'Muslim Patrol' vigilantes remove alcohol from drinkers and tell women to cover up as they stalk London suburb

Group has released a video filmed in London called: 'The Truth About Saturday Night'
 The gang confronts people and accuse them of living an unclean life
 They film a hurt cyclist in the road, blaming alcohol for their injuries and call it an invitation to Islam

 Films show them burning posters they believe are 'vile and disgusting' - including one for a bra
 Muslim groups condemn them for their hard-line views and approach

 


By Martin Robinson
 
PUBLISHED:16:48, 17 January 2013| UPDATED:19:34, 17 January 2013
 
Comments (1276)
 Share.

Target: This so-called Muslim Patrol take the alcohol from this man and filmed it for a YouTube propaganda video

Police are investigating reports a gang claiming to be Islamic vigilantes have been confronting members of the public and demanding they give up alcohol and women cover their flesh in their 'Muslim area'.

 
The hooded men, who call themselves Muslim Patrol, have been filmed walking London's streets and calling white women 'naked animals with no self respect.'
 
The group is also shown taking 'evil' booze from revellers and film a cyclist being treated after a road accident, claiming they were injured because they were unclean.
 
In one exchange a member of the group says: 'We don't care if you are appalled at all', before calling themselves 'vigilantes implementing Islam upon your own necks'.
 
They have uploaded videos to their YouTube channel with the most recent three-minute clip causing a stir online.

 
'The Truth About Saturday Night', which was uploaded on Sunday, has already been viewed more than 42,000 times.
 
Scotland Yard says it is investigating.

 
It was shot on a mobile phone at night in what the Met say is Waltham Forest, London, with a number of men seen shouting 'this is a Muslim area' towards white Britons they've confronted.

 
The video, which first appeared on The Commentator, states: 'From women walking the street dressed like complete naked animals with no self respect, to drunk people carrying alcohol, to drunks being killed in the middle of the road, we try our best to capture and forbid it all.'
 

One scene shows the hooded yobs forcing a passing man to put a can of lager away, telling the stunned gentleman they are the Muslim Patrol and that alcohol is a 'forbidden evil'.
 
They then tell a group of women 'they need to forbid themselves from dressing like this and exposing themselves outside the mosque'.
 

 
On another occasion, a woman takes offence to their requests and tells them they are in Great Britain at which point they respond by saying 'they don't respect those who disobey God'.

 
Mohammed Shafiq, the chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, a Muslim organisation which campaigns for a peaceful co-existence among communities, has condemned the group's behaviour.

 
He said: 'We live in the UK and we are governed by UK law, there should be no mob rule. If people are involved in this behaviour then it is worrying but it is an isolated incident.'
 
 VIDEO  'Muslim Patrol' vigilantes on London streets...
Message: The speaker on the film says this person was injured because of their unclean life drinking alcohol
Want: The group tell people to leave their area of London because it is Muslim in their controversial film posted on Sunday
Taken: In another film they target posters they believe are immoral, ripping them down and spray-painting them
Burnt: The poster advertising a bra from H&M was then thrown on the ground and set alight
 


The vigilante video follows an earlier clip made by the group where they protested against adverts for push-up bras by High Street retailer H&M.

 
In the clip they say: 'The Muslims have taken it upon themselves to command the good and forbid the evil and cover up these naked people.'

 
They then show a number of adverts for the product which has been sprayed over and also film themselves pouring petrol over one advert and setting it on fire.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2263905/Muslim-patrol-Hooded-vigilantes-walking-streets-London-telling-women-cover-taking-alcohol-hands-revellers-behave-Islamic-way.html#ixzz2IMdSNXL3
 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Message: The speaker on the film says this person was injured because of their unclean life drinking alcohol
Want: The group tell people to leave their area of London because it is Muslim in their controversial film posted on Sunday
Taken: In another film they target posters they believe are immoral, ripping them down and spray-painting them
Burnt: The poster advertising a bra from H&M was then thrown on the ground and set alight
 
« Last Edit: January 18, 2013, 09:25:03 PM by the leveller »


*

the watcher

  • Guest
'Muslim Patrol' vigilantes attempt to control London streets

Thugs masquerading as 'Muslim Patrols' have been accosting residents in London, demanding they abide by the laws of what they deem a 'Muslim area'

by The Commentator on 16 January 2013 10:12



 The Commentator has found evidence of self-styled 'vigilantes' patrolling streets of London, accosting women and vandalising public property. The group, which is attempting to cordon off 'Muslim areas', has dubbed itself 'Muslim Patrol'.
 
So far, the group has posted two videos to its new YouTube account which was set up in December 2012. The first video shows the destruction of advertising and vandalising of bus shelters, both displaying images of H&M push-up bras. The second video sees the 'vigilantes' approaching and harrassing members of the public for either consuming alcohol, dressing 'inappropriately', or being inebriated near a mosque.
 
Several of the videos uploaded to the account have already been removed as they violated YouTube's terms and conditions. One specifically states that YouTube deemed it intentionally "designed to bully, harrass and threaten".
 
The footage is likely to have come from East London, where 'Shariah zones' were set up last year. The new tactic of intimidation is said to appall local residents, who will likely find the 'patrols' disconcerting.
 
In the videos, the 'Muslim Patrol' is heard to say, "Alcohol banned. This is a Muslim area. Muslims patrol the area."
 
One young woman, when confronted by the patrol, states, "I am appalled, this is Great Britain", to which the authors of the video are heard to remark, "We don't care. It's not so Great Britain".
 
Those involved are thought to be a part of an extremist network in East London and not linked to the wider Muslim community in the local area.
 
VIDEOS:


 


Read more on: shariah, muslim patrol, Islamism, extremism, east london, and Sharia law

http://www.thecommentator.com/article/2458/_muslim_patrol_vigilantes_attempt_to_control_london_streets#.UPakFCiBNlU.twitter
« Last Edit: January 18, 2013, 10:09:25 PM by the watcher »




email
 
Share this topic...
In a forum
(BBCode)
In a site/blog
(HTML)



COMODO SECURE

Powered by EzPortal
Sitemap 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 
Comodo SSL