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UK: Ex-Muslim forced to flee home after renouncing Islam, communal intimditation and police indifference…….

Faisal Bashir claims he was forced out of his home after he renounced his faith and stopped going to mosques in Ilford.


 

What Bashir is describing here is Islamic street vigilantism, this same intimidation is what drives so called ‘honor murders’. It’s what differentiates crimes of passion between spouses, and Islamo-driven murder of family members, it involves societal acceptance of violence to keep members in check.

What is also worth knowing, is that the police are not willing to get involved in anything to do with violent members of the Islamic society. They fluff off this apostate’s worries like it’s none of their concern. “We have to wait for actual violence before we can intervene.” So the only police he can expect to come are the ones drawing a chalk line around his corpse.

Ilford father Faisal Bashir who claims he was forced to move house after renouncing Islam is calling for more action on hate crime

A MAN who claims he was forced to move house after renouncing his faith wants authorities to crack down on hate crime

 

Fasial Bashir, of Mayville Road, Ilford decided to stop practicing Islam in the summer of 2014 over claims the religion was too “hateful” and “sending out the wrong message”.

 

But when the 43-year-old stopped going to mosques in Ilford he claims he started getting harassment on a weekly basis.

 

The father-of-two said: “I heard religious people say things I couldn’t put up with any longer – it was all too hateful.

 

“These people knew I had become an atheist and soon enough my whole family was being harassed.

 

“At least once a week they would hang around near my house, shouting and swearing at me.

 

“I was called an apostate, a non-believer, I was told I had betrayed my God and my faith.”

 

“Sometimes they would even say things to my children – they are far too little to know what was happening, they were very frightened.”

 

Mr Bashir claims he would often call the police, but was told it was “just a nuisance” and was not a police matter until it was reported at least twice a month.

 

He said: “They always said they couldn’t really do anything because no physical altercation ever took place.

 

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