‘Apostate’ Harassed Out of Community After Leaving Islam Calls on Metropolitan Police to Tackle Hatred Towards Non-Muslims

‘Apostate’ Harassed Out of Community After Leaving Islam Calls on Metropolitan Police to Tackle Hatred Towards Non-Muslims

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
16/02/2017
Summary: 

Father-of-two Faisal Bashir has called on police to do more to tackle hatred coming from Muslim communities after harassment drove him from his home when he left Islam. Mr. Bashir said he decided to stop practising Islam in the summer of 2014 after becoming uncomfortable with hearing “hateful” sentiments from other Muslims. “I heard religious people say things I couldn’t put up with any longer – it was all too hateful,” he told the East London and West Essex Guardian. But when the resident of Ilford, Redbridge, stopped attending mosques in the area he said local Muslims began to terrorise his family.

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