Police investigating a Muslim vigilante gang in London have made five arrests so far after investigating a string of incidents in east London last weekend where Islamists harrassed members of the public in the street and then posted a video of their efforts online.
A video posted on Youtube showed the Mulsim gang shouting anti-homosexual slogans at one man, whom the police have urged to come forward. In the video, they are also heard to shout at another man: “No drink in this area, it’s a Muslim area.” They then order him to pour his alcohol away in the street.
As a result of the Sharia-style bullying, additional police patrols are being amounted across east London.
Five arrests have now been made relating to the investigation. A 22-year-old man was arrested in Acton, west London, last Sunday, and a 19-year-old man was arrested the following Wednesday. The pair were held on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm and public order offences in their efforts to impose Sharia law and both were bailed to return to an east London police station in February and March.
Predictably, apologists for Muslim colonisation in London have tried to blame “far-right” activists for the video and claimed the patrol was a stunt designed to whip up hatred against resident Muslims in the area.
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