Start Dating a muslim during ramadan

Dating a muslim during ramadan

Tower Hamlets’ gay community has become a particular target of extremists.

The police are afraid of being accused of Islamophobia.

Another Labour councillor said that the Met is now the reverse of what it must have been like in the 1970s, with a complete lack of interest when white people make complaints of harassment and hatred.” In February this year, dozens of stickers appeared across Tower Hamlets quoting the Koran, declaring the borough a “gay-free zone” and stating that “verily Allah is severe in punishment.” The Sunday Telegraph has learned that during a routine stop-and-search at the time police found a young Muslim man with a number of the stickers in his possession.

I have complained, twice, to the police, and have heard nothing.

A Labour colleague waited three hours at the police station before being told that nothing would be done.

Last year, a mob of 30 young Muslims stormed a local gay pub, the George and Dragon, beating and abusing patrons.

Many customers of the pub told The Sunday Telegraph that they have been attacked and harassed by local Muslim youths.

In 2008 a 20-year-old student, Oli Hemsley, was left permanently paralysed after an attack by a group of young Muslims outside the pub.

Only one of his assailants has been caught and jailed.

Peter Tatchell, the gay human rights campaigner, said: “The police said no-one was allowed to talk publicly about this because they didn’t want to upset the Muslim community.

We’ve made very clear the difference between the Muslim community as a whole and these particular fundamentalists, and the fact that the police wouldn’t publicly say what they knew was an absolute disgrace.” When the CCTV footage was finally released, in early April, the culprit was quickly identified as 18-year-old Mohammed Hasnath, who last week pleaded guilty to a public order offence and was fined £100.

There is no suggestion that any mosque official has been personally involved in any act of violence or intimidation.