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BBC refuses to report on Muslim attacks

The BBC is refusing to report on assaults by Muslim men, attacking whites on the streets of Liverpool for being non-Muslims. But it's not the first time.

Published: July 28, 2017, 9:56 am

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    Judge Louise Brandon described the attacks as a, “disgraceful and sustained campaign of violence carried out on the streets of this city.”

    The judge said: “References to the fact [that one of your victims] was not a Muslim was made and you appeared to justify your actions because of certain beliefs you held.” She said one attacker “confirmed those targeted that night were targeted because they were white and non-Muslim.”

    Amin Mohmed, Mohammed Patel and Faruq Patel were arrested after a series of vicious assaults in Liverpool and counter-terrorism officers later raided the three men’s homes, as one witness feared the men were ISIS extremists.

    A Labour Councillor, hardly anti-Muslim, was then beaten by the gang and had to be taken to hospital for bruising and bleeding to his eyes. Mohamed later confessed to “targeting people because they were white and non-Muslim,” while Faruq told police he filmed the attacks “because he thought it was funny” and described it “as a laugh”.

    Faruq, 19, who was not convicted of a racial or religious motive, filmed Mohmed punching the St Helens councillor Paul Lynch to the ground, as his terrified girlfriend tried to protect him.

    Mohammed confessed to “targeting people because they were white and non-Muslim”. They also attacked Gary Bohanna when he revealed he was Christian. Mohmed has previous convictions for criminal damage and battery.

    Although all three received prison sentences, they are expected to be on the streets again within months.

    If it had been white men attacking Muslims, the BBC would have regarded it as a national outrage and would have non-stop reporting on the matter, said Paul Joseph Watson from Infowars.

    Reporter Michael Heaver also questioned the BBC: “No doubt if white yobs had ran through Liverpool targeting Muslims would be huge national story. Why isn’t this?”

    The BBC instead reported on an incident about a white man from Liverpool who made threats against Muslims in a Facebook video, a “hate crime” but ignored actual violent physical assaults as they did last month in a similar case.

    While the mainstream media in the UK is supposedly worried about a post-Brexit “hate crime wave” they are particularly uninterested in hate crimes being committed against non-Muslim whites.

    Meanwhile in London an 18-year-old has been repeatedly stabbed by a black gang, who were carrying a handgun, in a south London park.

    The victim was knifed as he walked through Norbury Park in what police believe to be an unprovoked attack.

    Detective Inspector David Willis, from Croydon CID, said: “This appears to have been a totally unprovoked attack. While attacks like this are thankfully rare, they are devastating to the victims and the consequences can be terrible.”

    A police spokesman added: “Three of the suspects are described as black, with two aged in their late teens. There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.”

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