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  • Country: 
    United Kingdom (UK)
    News Date: 
    18/01/2019
    Summary: 

    A gang of thugs boasted they “run Hackney” as they sprayed their victims with acid in a shocking homophobic attack caught on CCTV. The sickening assault on innocent members of the public unfolded back in May 2018 and left one man with a fractured eye socket and corrosive burns to his eyes. Nine men have now been sentenced, with seven jailed and two handed suspended sentences.

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    Following last night's London terror attack, Maajid Nawaz wants people to stop disassociating terrorism and religion - because they are undeniably linked.

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    In a powerful call Mohammed told Andrew his Pakistani community is “the most racist” and highlighted a problem with grooming gangs. Andrew Castle had been discussing the Operation Sanctuary review which has found that vulnerable women are most likely being "extensively" abused across the UK and ministers need to urgently review sex exploitation laws. Mohammed, who fled Islam, and hasn’t seen his family for 30 years, told Andrew it was time to “call a spade a spade”. He insisted: “The racist behaviour which exists in my community needs to be spoken about and addressed”.

    Mohammed lives in Birmingham. He said: “The British white community are the most tolerant, the most warm, kind people and it breaks my heart that my Pakistani community is the most racist community”.

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    Western society is too afraid of political correctness or accusations of racism to tackle the radical Islamist ideology, Maajid Nawaz tells Fox News.

  • Summary: 

    "Moderate" Muslims condone sex slavery on Maajid's LBC show. Maajid hopes to gain Islamic reform from within the Muslim communities, even though members of those communities condone sex slavery. Do you think the two Muslim men you heard speak here would say no if they were offered a child sex slave?

  • Summary: 

    Grooming gangs have been allowed to prosper in Britain because the authorities are afraid they'll be labelled racist if they speak out, Mohan Singh told Katie Hopkins. Mr Singh founded the Sikh Awareness Society to encourage Sikh families to act against sexial abuse. And he said that political correctness had let the gangs succeed.

  • Summary: 

    Progress can never be made if we can't satirise Islam, says Maajid Nawaz. The LBC presenter said we need the right to be able to blaspheme and criticise religion, because if people can't express their opinion verbally - they will turn to violence. Maajid passionately made the case for encouraging satire of Islam after writer and campaigner, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, said: 'We've had Life of Brian, now we need Life of Muhammad'.

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