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Mankini-wearing charity walkers stoned in Birmingham and rescued by police

Mankini-wearing charity walkers stoned in Birmingham and rescued by police

Country: 
United Kingdom (UK)
News Date: 
06/08/2013
Sharia Watch
Summary: 

Steven Ellis and Jason Hendry were told tensions were high as the EDL was about to march while Muslims celebrated Ramadan. Two animal lovers were branded paedophiles and pelted with stones by dozens of men for wearing mankinis on a sponsored walk. Steven Ellis, 41, and brother-in-law Jason Hendry, 22, had to be rescued by police after being attacked by outraged residents in a city street [Birmingham]. The duo, who were raising money for a dogs’ home, said officers told them the skimpy outfits had offended Muslims living along the route.