Muslims protesters warn Brick Lane shops to stop selling alcohol - or face 40 lashes


Blackleaf
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Muslim protesters, including creepy-looking women clad head to foot in burkhas, gathered on London's Brick Lane to demand that businesses there stop selling alcohol - and that they face 40 lashes if they don't.

The protest was led by hate cleric Anjem Choudhary, the former leader of banned Al-Muhajiroun.

Around 60 men and women in burkhas handed over warning letters to Muslim-owned businesses in the area after the protest was initially delayed by a small number of English Defence League heroes staging a counter-protest (as usual, the useless cops did nothing to end the disgusting Muslime protest).

Choudary told the crowd: ‘The shops are run by Muslims and they know they are selling alcohol and they know the sale and consumption of alcohol is completely prohibited.

‘We cannot live among the non-Muslims and see this evil take place.’

He told those gathered it was his wish that Sharia law, banning alcohol, should be enforced in Britain.

He also defended three ‘fantastic’ men who were jailed last week for attacking drinkers while on a ‘Muslim patrol’.


The question we now need to ask is this: Isn't it about time that we started to clamp down good and proper on our Muslim problem? Islam should no longer be tolerated and should be driven out of Britain and the West.

Brick Lane, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in east london, runs from Bethnal Green, through Spitalfields, and into Whitechapel.


Muslim protestors demand restaurants and shops stop selling 'evil' alcohol warning them they face 40 lashes if they carry on


Dozens of men and women gathered on Brick Lane for protest

Delayed as English Defence League members staged counter-protest

Among protestors was Anjem Choudhary, former leader of Al-Muhajiroun

Organisers said protest was held yesterday to coincide with large numbers of office workers expected to be celebrating Christmas in the area


By William Turvill
14 December 2013
Daily Mail



Dozens of Muslim protestors gathered to demand that businesses stop selling alcohol in a popular East London area yesterday.

The group, led by former Al-Muhajiroun leader Anjem Choudary, warned restaurants and shops in the Brick Lane area that they face 40 lashes if they continue to sell the product, which is banned under Sharia Law.

Around 60 men and women in burkhas handed over warning letters to Muslim-owned businesses in the area after the protest was initially delayed by a small number of English Defence League members staging a counter-protest.


The Muslim protest, calling for the ban of alcohol in the Brick Lane area, was led by Anjem Choudary (pictured)


Around 60 Muslim campaigners gathered in Brick Lane, East London, yesterday to protest the sale of alcohol

Controversial cleric Choudary was at the forefront of the protest. The Al-Muhajiroun group he formerly led has been banned under terrorism laws.

Organisers told The Times the protest was held yesterday to coincide with the large number of office workers who would be in the area for Christmas parties.

Choudary told the crowd: ‘The shops are run by Muslims and they know they are selling alcohol and they know the sale and consumption of alcohol is completely prohibited.

‘We cannot live among the non-Muslims and see this evil take place.’


Heroes: The Muslim protest was delayed after a small number of English Defence League members staged a counter-protest


Anjem Choudhary told the group: 'We cannot live among the non-Muslims and see this evil take place'


He told those gathered it was his wish that Sharia Law, banning alcohol, should be enforced in Britain

He told those gathered it was his wish that Sharia law, banning alcohol, should be enforced in Britain.

He also defended three ‘fantastic’ men who were jailed last week for attacking drinkers while on a ‘Muslim patrol’.

Dr Usama Hasan, of the anti-extremist think-tank the Quilliam Foundation, told the East London Advertiser: ‘In Islamic teaching you shouldn't drink alcohol, but you can't impose Islamic law on other people.

‘This is a democracy. To try and impose Sharia by force, which is their stated aim, is completely stupid and against Islamic teaching.’

An East London Mosque spokesman reportedly condemned the protest as a publicity stunt and politicians in the area described it as ‘provocative’.

Labour group leader Sirajul Islam said before the protest: ‘Everyone has a right to peaceful protest but I urge the Shariah Project to think carefully about the impact their actions will have.’

HOW SHARIA LAW INFORMS MUSLIM LIFE

Sharia Law is derived from the Koran, the example of the prophet, Muhammad, and fatwas – or the rulings of Islamic scholars.

It informs every aspect of the life of a Muslim, going far beyond the power of Western laws.

The laws tell Muslims how to lead every aspect of their lives according to God’s rules.


As well as banning alcohol, Sharia Law also outlaws meat which is not prepared in the appropriate way.

A complex legal system, it clashes with British law in several respects. For instance, Sharia Law and British law have differing definitions of what constitutes marriage and how it can be ended.


An East London Mosque spokesman and politicians in the area condemned the protest as a publicity stunt


Mr Choudary defended three men (not pictured) jailed for attacking drinkers while on a 'Muslim patrol'



Last edited by Blackleaf; Dec 14th, 2013 at 09:57 AM..
 
bill barilko
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This has nothing to do with Canada-why post this crap here?
 
karrie
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‘This is a democracy. To try and impose Sharia by force, which is their stated aim, is completely stupid and against Islamic teaching.’
 
taxslave
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Just wait another couple of years and they will have the numbers to vote in sharia law.
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Just wait another couple of years and they will have the numbers to vote in sharia law.



The sky is falling, the sky is falling.
 
petros
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How many "dry Counties" are there in the US because of Christians?
 
gerryh
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

How many "dry Counties" are there in the US because of Christians?


If it was up to the Catholics, there would be a bar on every corner. My old man used to complain about the Priest not sharing.
 
damngrumpy
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This is nonsense of course. There is British law and its time it was brought down hard.
If there are people there who are not living up to the law of the land put them in jail.
If there are those who are breaking the law without the citizenship yet deport them
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

‘This is a democracy. To try and impose Sharia by force, which is their stated aim, is completely stupid and against Islamic teaching.’

Therefore---------they ain't real Islamics, just cardboard figures for the stupid to fixate on.

Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

This is nonsense of course. There is British law and its time it was brought down hard.
If there are people there who are not living up to the law of the land put them in jail.
If there are those who are breaking the law without the citizenship yet deport them

British law prevents usary mine friend, how's that werking? What's with the hard man, always with the hard you are. The limeys can't control their card carrying citizens and you suggest the undocumented might be marshalled by the same body of law, They are only there to support this manufactured issue, simple division of football hooligans, the electorate, who gives a fluck?

STOP DRINKING BOOZE, what a hideous Islamic idea, they should be napalmed, while their getting married.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

If it was up to the Catholics, there would be a bar on every corner. My old man used to complain about the Priest not sharing.

That's so true, as immortalised by Father Jack in British comedy series Father Ted.





 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

How many "dry Counties" are there in the US because of Christians?

We have dry towns nearby and believe me... Christianity has nothing to do with it. Snobbery does though... NIMBY... we don't want bars blighting our pristine town center.... know what I mean?

I have all kinds of fun stories of the people from these dry towns slumming it and acting like a-holes at the bars where I live.

Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

This is nonsense of course. There is British law and its time it was brought down hard.
If there are people there who are not living up to the law of the land put them in jail.
If there are those who are breaking the law without the citizenship yet deport them

Tea Party Republican!
 
EagleSmack
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BL left this picture out of his main post. What's up with that BL? Censoring yourself? It was in the article so you should have posted it with the other pics.





A local man enjoys his drink as Choudary and others protest against the sale of alcohol in the UK



 
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