The BBC has been very concerned about Finsbury Park Muslims who are now living in fear of white vans, the BBC is also concerned that we are letting down the Muslim population as racism and ignorance of their culture drives them to become radicalised…nowt to do with them, their religion or their culture and the community-wide narratives about Jews, Western foreign policy and ‘Muslims under attack’, narratives also spread by the BBC…most recently by Jeremy Bowen…the narrative that does the heavy lifting for the Jihadi recruiters….who needs Facebook, Youtube and Twitter when you have the national broadcaster promoting your cause?
What the BBC doesn’t seem to want to highlight is the jailing of a Muslim gang that attacked Whites and Christians in Liverpool….it’s not even on the BBC’s Liverpool page….
From the Liverpool Echo:
A gang of Muslim men rampaged through Liverpool city centre attacking strangers because they were white “non-Muslims”.
One witness feared Amin Mohmed, Mohammed Patel and Faruq Patel were ISIS terrorists.
The drunken yobs targeted three unknown men before Mohmed, 24, and Mohammed, 20, set upon Gary Bohanna when he revealed he was Christian.
Laughing Faruq, 19, who was not convicted of a racial or religious motive, then filmed Mohmed punching St Helens councillor Paul Lynch to the ground, as his terrified girlfriend tried to protect him.
Liverpool Crown Court heard counter-terrorism officers raided the three men’s homes in Bolton after the shocking incident on March 20 last year.
The judge, Recorder Louise Brandon, said: “This was a disgraceful and sustained campaign of violence carried out on the streets of this city.”
Mohmed, aged 24 and of Perendale Rise in Bolton has been sentenced to 42 weeks in prison, Mohammed Patel, aged 20 and of Eastbank Street in Bolton has been sentenced to 42 weeks in a young offenders institution and Faruq Patel, aged 19, and of Crumpsall Street in Bolton, has been sentenced to 18 weeks in a young offenders institution.
Detective Inspector, Mark Drew of Merseyside Police, said: “These were a horrendous and unprovoked assaults on people who were simply going about their business in the city centre.
“I am sure the local community would agree that this type of behaviour has no place in Merseyside and I believe the sentences imposed by the court today reflect how serious this matter has been treated.
“I also hope that this will send a message out that Merseyside Police is committed to maintaining the rights of all our communities to be treated with fairness, dignity and respect and that any offences targeting people because of their race, disability, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity will not be tolerated.
“I would continue to urge victims of hate crime to report offences to the police so that we can take prompt action.
No, the story is still not on the BBC website…however there is this on the frontpage: