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 Posted: Nov 2 2017, 11:22 AM
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Pakistani Christian ‘beaten by gang of Muslims’ for having poppies on his car


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Tajamal Amar fled to the UK in 2007 after being the victim of drive-by shootings (Picture: NTI)

A Christian who fled Pakistan to escape violence 10 years ago says he believes he was beaten up because he had poppies on his car.

Tajamal Amar, 46, suffered a broken nose and several lacerations to the head and body after being attacked outside the Red Chilli takeaway in Littleover, Derby, on October 20.

He was taken to hospital where he woke up five hours later after apparently being hit on the head with a knuckleduster then kicked while he was on the floor.

Tajamal, of Derby, said: ‘Several times, local Pakistani people in Derby have taken offence from the fact that I am Christian.

‘When they first find out, many stop talking to me. My wife and I have often been shunned.

‘On the day of my attack the visible display of a cross in my car and two poppies just below the front bonnet, triggered the violence against me.

‘I know this, because for a few days before the attack the same men, glared at me after they noticed my Christian paraphernalia.

‘I fled from Pakistan to escape violence such as this, but more and more the same violence is coming into Britain.

‘Freedom of religion should be the right of any British citizen but today I feel unsafe, even then nothing will stop me going to church.

‘I will pray for my attackers and hope they will change their hard-line approach to faith which is very dangerous for our society.’

Derbyshire Police confirmed that they are investigating the incident.

Mr Amar moved to the UK in 2007 after being targeted in drive-by shootings by people wanting to convert him to Islam.

Since moving to England he has displayed poppies, donating to the Poppy Appeal and Help For Heroes.

He said: ‘What you have to remember about this attack is that it has happened in Great Britain.

It was not Pakistan or a predominantly Muslim country, it was in Great Britain. ‘These people are doing this openly, without any shame or any fear of the law.They are doing it because no one is catching them or stopping them.

‘I don’t know when they are going to kill someone in the streets. They are uncontrollable, these people. They are trying to force Islam into this country. They are trying to put their flag on to this country.

‘Because I am a kaffir (infidel), in their eyes, they have chosen me to attack. If I did something like this in Pakistan – trying to enforce Christianity through force – then me and my whole family would be in the police station being punished.

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He said that he has been targeted by people who take offence to his Christian beliefs (Picture: NTI)

‘But these people have not been caught. They had seen me earlier in the evening, when I went to work in the takeaway at 5pm.

‘They were staring at me and looking at the poppies and the cross in my car..

‘I do not know their mentality or what they were thinking. They are like hunters. They attacked me without any argument or words between us.

‘It was the first time we directly crossed paths. It was unexpected. They attacked me so severely, and basically left me for dead.

‘It was about to six to eight hours before I woke up. Apparently my sister was on the phone to me at the time, but I couldn’t remember that until she mentioned it.

‘Apparently she heard screaming and swearing and the sound of an attack happening – punches and kicks.

It happened in a dark passage leading up to the car park, they must have waited there for me to come across or something like that.

‘I saw two people, but I think there were more. One of them had glasses on and a grey beard, and the other was shorter and had a dark complexion and dark hair.

‘The taller man put his hands behind my back, and the other one hit me with the iron fist on his hand.

‘I was not discharged from the hospital for two days, and it was sometime between 2am and 3am on Saturday that I even woke up.

’ Speaking about his faith, he said: ‘I have always been a Christian, my father was a Christian, my grandfather was a Christian and my mother was too.

‘It’s a part of who I am, it’s something that has always been there. I am proud of my heritage.

‘In Pakistan, I went to a very good missionary school, so I was well educated in the ways of the Bible and Christian literature.

‘Myself and my family, we ran a clothes business for years. It was passed down through the family.

‘But people did not like that we were openly Christian, and they tried to talk us round to the ways of Islam.

‘These preachers would come to our business every day and try to talk us about becoming a Muslim. But, like I say, we are all well-educated and we know the ways of Christianity.

‘When they saw that we were not going to be talked round, they used force against us. One day, in 2007, people came and shot bullets through the glass of the office.

‘They tried to murder us, basically.

‘Thankfully we all survived, but my wife and I moved to England afterwards, because it was too dangerous to stay.

‘We wanted to be somewhere where we could show our faith openly.

‘I have had that car for four years, and I have always had the poppies on the front of it and the cross.

‘I never take them off. Sometimes, if someone comes round and steals the poppies, then I have to put new ones in. ‘But I will never drive around without the poppies.

‘I am a huge supporter of the British Armed Forces and the work that they do around the world to stop the bad people and to make us safe.

‘For a long time I have given money to charities like Help for Heroes and the Poppy Appeal, because I respect what they are doing in protecting us.

‘I want to salute their good work, and the poppies show that.

‘These persecutors cannot stop me from showing my support, and I want to put more poppies on my car.

‘I am going to put on as many as I can – maybe two more or four more – becauseI am not scared of anything or anyone.

‘I am scared for my wife and for my daughter, of course, but I am not scared for myself. Only for them.’


http://metro.co.uk/2017/10/30/pakistani-christian-beaten-by-gang-of-muslims-for-having-poppies-on-his-car-7037489/


Good to see the religion of peace are still at work.

Of course nothing like that could ever happen here in Aus, the worlds most successful multi cultural society. http://s7.postimg.org/j7qtvsrc7/sarcasm.gif


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 Posted: Nov 2 2017, 11:59 AM
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 Posted: Nov 2 2017, 05:16 PM
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COUNCIL HOUSE 'BRIBES' British ISIS jihadis returning from Syria ‘to be offered tax-payer funded council homes and counselling to stop them attacking the UK’

The plans - code-named Operation Constrain - could see returning ISIS fanatics jump to the top of council house waiting lists and offered counselling

By Holly Christodoulou
29th October 2017, 11:29 amUpdated: 30th October 2017, 3:45 pm


BRITISH terror suspects returning from Syria will be offered taxpayer-funded council homes to "bribe" them not to attack the UK, according to reports.
The plans, codenamed Operation Constrain, could even see jihadis jumping to the top of council house waiting lists.



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ISIS fanatics returning to the UK from Syria could be given council houses under new plans

And the suspected ISIS fanatics could also be given counselling and help finding a job, Mail on Sunday reports.

Official documents seen by the newspaper reveal that up to 20,000 extremists investigated by MI5 will be given the "bribes" to stop them attacking Britain.
The programme will reportedly start next year and police and councils are hoping the Home Office will pay for it out of their £900 million counter-terrorism budget.

It has been slammed by experts and MPs.


Terrorism expert Professor Anthony Glees, of Buckingham University, said: "You can’t bribe people not to be terrorists."

While Tory MP Andrew Bridgen added: "This sounds like a reward for being on a list of potential terrorists. You can’t buy people’s loyalty to this country."

It comes amid fears fanatics living in Britain are slipping through the net after those behind the two devastating terror attacks in London and the Manchester bomb blast were revealed as having been previously under surveillance by MI5.

Agencies are now worried up to 20,000 former "subjects of interest" that have been monitored in the past could be plotting new atrocities and the nationwide scheme will target these suspected radicals.

Plans are reportedly being drawn up between the Home Office, police and local authorities on how to turn the estimated 360 ISIS fighters returning to the UK from Syria away from terrorism.


Terror breeding grounds in Britain - such as Birmingham, Manchester and London - are a focus of the scheme and police in those areas will be handed details of potential suspects by counter-terror officers and MI5.

If there is no suitable accommodation, the ex-ISIS fighters could be put in social housing and may even get their rent paid for them.

A Whitehall source told the Mail on Sunday: "We are planning a number of pilots to explore the best way to diverting such people from terrorism and extremist activity."

A Home Office spokesperson said: “The Government is committed to doing everything possible to protect our communities from the threat of terrorism. To respond to this threat, it is vital that we use all the means at our collective disposal to divert people away from terrorist-related activity and we are exploring the best ways of doing this with our partners.

“We are also reviewing our counter terrorism strategy to make sure we respond to the evolving threat in the most effective way we can, both now and in the future.”


https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4792434/british-isis-jihadis-return-syria-uk-council-homes/


What on earth are these fools thinking? http://fairdinkumnewschat.b1.jcink.com/uploads/fairdinkumnewschat/smiley_don_t_know.gif

Reward the bastards for being terrorists. http://fairdinkumnewschat.b1.jcink.com/uploads/fairdinkumnewschat/smiley_angry002.gif

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 Posted: Nov 2 2017, 06:24 PM
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Absolute madness. Followers of "The Religion of Peace" must be laughing at the feeble efforts of Governments trying to appease the extremists and terrorists. They (the terrorists) are at war with non-Muslims and this sort of offer won't change a thing.
There are areas of the major European cities that have become Muslim ghettos where outsiders, including the law, aren't welcome. Look at what happened to the Christian Pakistani in the lead story. Beaten by a mob of Muslim thugs because of his faith.
Meanwhile we have those who ignore all the violence, killings and hatred perpetrated by "The Religion of Peace" and who call those who dare to speak out Islamophobic Fascists. They, and the ineffectual Western governments, are playing into the hands of the extremists

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COUNCIL HOUSE 'BRIBES' British ISIS jihadis returning from Syria ‘to be offered tax-payer funded council homes and counselling to stop them attacking the UK’

What a weak approach, as Charles says:

"Followers of "The Religion of Peace" must be laughing at the feeble efforts of Governments trying to appease the extremists and terrorists."

Only fools will play such stupid games, the socialist movement expects white peoples' to concede defeat - lay down and die if you will....not bloody likely.
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Can I claim to be a returning member? Free housing sounds good,

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