Mosque attack in Birmingham Watch

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Two men have been arrested in relation to a series of attacks on mosques in Birmingham.

Five mosques had windows smashed on Thursday and a man aged 34 from Perry Barr later handed himself into police.

A 38-year-old man from Yardley who was arrested earlier after being detained by members of the public has been released without charge.

The second man remains in custody on suspicion of racially aggravated criminal damage.

The mosques that had their windows smashed were:

Witton Islamic Centre in Witton Road, Aston
Jame Masjid in Birchfield Road, Perry Barr
Jam-E-Masjid Qiblah Hadhrat Sahib Gulhar Shareef in Slade Road, Erdington
Masjid Faizul Islam on The Broadway, Aston
The Muslim Community Centre Aston, in Albert Road, Aston
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It's always fun to watch extremists fight with each other
This isn't the time to joke around. It's to make a stand and unite together to prevent anything like this happening again.
I'm so scared it's literally freaking me out.
I'm a Muslim and i feel fearful.
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'Racially aggravated.' So Muslims are a race according to UK law? Shouldn't it be 'religiously aggravated' or is that not a thing?
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'Racially aggravated.' So Muslims are a race according to UK law? Shouldn't it be 'religiously aggravated' or is that not a thing?
I'm not sure.
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(Original post by #love2learn)
This isn't the time to joke around. It's to make a stand and unite together to prevent anything like this happening again.
I'm so scared it's literally freaking me out.
I'm a Muslim and i feel fearful.
Aren't you going to heaven after you die or something like? As I understand death is a lifestyle upgrade to to religious people, no?
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Aren't you going to heaven after you die or something like? As I understand death is a lifestyle upgrade to to religious people, no?
No, that depends on whether u follow the religious rules and u are a good person.
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I bet relations could be improved with perhaps tolerance lessons... Oh wait.
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(Original post by #love2learn)
This isn't the time to joke around. It's to make a stand and unite together to prevent anything like this happening again.
I'm so scared it's literally freaking me out.
I'm a Muslim and i feel fearful.
Oh well if you live in the UK you have to accept it considering that most of the population are not Muslim. If you are female then don't wear a headscarf, simple. You have to understand and accept that there are people that hate Muslims and if you want to keep practicing as a Muslim then you will have to take extra precautions.
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(Original post by #love2learn)
This isn't the time to joke around. It's to make a stand and unite together to prevent anything like this happening again.
I'm so scared it's literally freaking me out.
I'm a Muslim and i feel fearful.
When you say unite together, you aren’t talking about whites, Christians, Jews or LGBT of course. Just Muslims and the deluded far-left.
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(Original post by #love2learn)
This isn't the time to joke around. It's to make a stand and unite together to prevent anything like this happening again.
I'm so scared it's literally freaking me out.
I'm a Muslim and i feel fearful.
Why would the LGBT want to unite with homophobia?
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Why would the LGBT want to unite with homophobia?
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When Muslims and LGBT come together people tend to start, err, 'falling' from buildings...
Or it starts raining cats and dogs... stones, bricks, knives and bombs.
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(Original post by #love2learn)
Two men have been arrested in relation to a series of attacks on mosques in Birmingham.

Five mosques had windows smashed on Thursday and a man aged 34 from Perry Barr later handed himself into police.

A 38-year-old man from Yardley who was arrested earlier after being detained by members of the public has been released without charge.

The second man remains in custody on suspicion of racially aggravated criminal damage.

The mosques that had their windows smashed were:

Witton Islamic Centre in Witton Road, Aston
Jame Masjid in Birchfield Road, Perry Barr
Jam-E-Masjid Qiblah Hadhrat Sahib Gulhar Shareef in Slade Road, Erdington
Masjid Faizul Islam on The Broadway, Aston
The Muslim Community Centre Aston, in Albert Road, Aston
good that they have been arrested - did think at the time that calling in the Anti -Terrorism task force for some broken windows was a tad over the top.
they werent even scrambled during the islamist knife attacks at london bridge
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This is ridiculous. Retaliation fuels more retaliation and no one gets anywhere. How many more dead bodies do we need to realise this.
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Oh well if you live in the UK you have to accept it considering that most of the population are not Muslim. If you are female then don't wear a headscarf, simple. You have to understand and accept that there are people that hate Muslims and if you want to keep practicing as a Muslim then you will have to take extra precautions.
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You live in a non Muslim country; these things are going to happen. But hey at least you aren’t being put to death like Christian converts in Islamic countries so that’s good, right?
Victim-blaming at its finest. Would you tell Christians being attacked in a Muslim-majority to “accept it” and that “these things happen” ?
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Victim-blaming at its finest. Would you tell Christians being attacked in a Muslim-majority to “accept it” and that “these things happen” ?
You tell Christians in Muslim majority countries to get out while you still can.
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Victim-blaming at its finest. Would you tell Christians being attacked in a Muslim-majority to “accept it” and that “these things happen” ?
It's pretty sick how little people care about innocent lives being taken.
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Well, to sane and secular people this is obvious, but you cannot be tolerant and tolerate the intolerant at the same time. Or to simplify, should you tolerate a belief system that has not tolerating you, as one of it's core concepts?
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This is ridiculous. Retaliation fuels more retaliation and no one gets anywhere. How many more dead bodies do we need to realise this.
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Victim-blaming at its finest. Would you tell Christians being attacked in a Muslim-majority to “accept it” and that “these things happen” ?
No, but your post puts the onus on the Christians for being Christians instead of ideology of Islam for persecuting them. There’s a difference between a few broken windows and a hanging btw lol. If you can’t see the difference all the more pity to you
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Lack of sympathy on this thread is pretty disgusting. The same people are quick to call Muslims “extremists”
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