A former race relations adviser to the police who was allegedly injured when a police officer fired a stun gun at him has been charged with a racially aggravated offence.
Judah Adunbi, also known as Ras, was arrested at his home in Bristol on Wednesday and will appear in court next month.
Adunbi, of Easton, Bristol, was charged with a racially aggravated public order offence following an alleged incident at a betting shop on the city’s Stapleton Road on 29 March.
Sergeant Leanne Carr of the Lincolnshire Police has recently been off work for seven months because of stress. So some colleagues were astonished when she began posting photos of herself on social media enjoying holidays abroad.
Last month, she uploaded a picture of herself topless on a South African beach. Only two pineapples preserved her modesty. She had already displayed alluring photos of herself taken in Cyprus, Austria and Thailand.
The good news is that Sgt Carr — evidently something of a poster girl for Lincolnshire Police — is back at work. Let’s hope her international excursions to exotic climes at taxpayers’ expense have cured her of her stress.
A Jeremy Corbyn supporter who starred in a Labour Party political broadcast referred previously to ‘evil Jews’ and denied the right of Israel to exist.
Lassaad Laouini, the general manager of Leeds Grand Mosque, was featured in a Labour promotional film broadcast on the BBC and ITV earlier this month.
Britons are increasingly afraid to show their national pride in public for fear of ridicule or abuse, a study has found.
One in four believe we are living in the least patriotic decade ever.
In contrast, the 1940s were overwhelmingly named as the decade when patriotism was at its height, with the nation brought together by the Second World War.
According to the report, 79 per cent of people consider themselves patriotic and almost 90 per cent say they are proud of their birthplace.
A sex gang who sexually abused vulnerable girls have been jailed and banned from using Snapchat after a court heard they treated their victims like ‘trophies’.
Taiyab Hussain, Shaheem Ratyal and Sohail Ali, all aged 19, and 18-year-old Mohammed Rizwan, were arrested when a teenager realised she had been groomed after watching a sex education video.
A judge took the unusual step of banning them from using the Snapchat messaging app for eight years as he jailed them for between four and five years each today.
The launch of a new book on Islamic extremism has been postponed after its author was inundated by the heroic survivors of grooming gangs right across the country.
…The unfortunate truth about the stench of anti-semitism which hangs around Labour, and around the very body and mind of Jeremy Corbyn is one of Numbers. He knows that there are approximately 300,000 Jewish people living in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He also knows that he cannot really count upon the votes of the Jewish community as a voting bloc, mainly because the Jews are as sensitive as American sonar to jibes, jokes and sneers as the grass in the fields is to the wind.
But it is because he is, first and foremost a Labour politician to his very fingertips that he really doesn’t worry about that same stench, because his base, in a hundred towns and cities, is anchored and sustained within the Islamic community. It is the one thing which wipes out all the centuries-old arguments between Sunni and Shia, along with all the sub-sects and marginalised children of Muhammed: it is the true detestation of Israel, of the Jews, of anything connected with International Judaism. He will not condemn anti-semitism within his own Party, because that, folks; is the one thing which would hack away at the very foundations of the Muslim support and Muslim voting strength: for the Labour Party.
This is the future faced by any political party that courts the Islamist vote. Canada’s Liberal Party lead by Justin’s handler’s have chosen this path.
Sweeping reforms in Britain’s education system are having an unintended dangerous consequence: the infiltration of extremist Muslim influence on the teaching of Religious Studies.
This influence is visible in The Oxford Teacher Handbook for GCSE Islam, authored by a small team of educational specialists and Muslim community leaders. The purpose of the manual is to guide British teachers lacking in-depth knowledge of Islam to help their students pass the Religious Studies General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), the UK’s public examination for pupils at the end of Grade 11. This academic study of religions is an optional but relatively popular subject in British high schools — 322,910 students took the examination in 2017, out of a total GCSE cohort in all subjects of 3,694,771.
The understanding of Islam — absorbed by a significant proportion of each year’s 300,000+ Religious Studies students (whose school chooses to take the Islam module) — is sufficient to create a national climate of opinion, given that the GCSE is a near-essential first stepping-stone to higher education and influential professions in British public life. It is therefore alarming that a portion of such influence has been granted to the Islamic scholar and activist, Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, a co-author of the Teacher Handbook, who oversaw his fellow authors’ contributions.
Grandmother, 49, shoots machete-wielding thug with a CROSSBOW after he bursts into her home – but she won’t be charged following outrage at arrest of pensioner who killed burglar
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of “harbouring Holocaust deniers” in a billboard protest inspired by Oscar-winning film ‘Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri’ amid a fresh wave of allegations he failed to tackle antisemitism in the Labour party in recent weeks.
The singer also slammed Theresa May for throwing her support behind Islamic holidays
Morrissey has attacked halal meat production, slamming the practice as “evil” and claiming animal rights must come before religion.
The former Smiths frontman launched a tirade on the Islamic method of slaughter, which involves live animals having their throats cut and their blood drained, claiming it requires approval from “supporters of ISIS”.
He said: “If you have any concern for animal welfare, for example, you cannot possibly vote for either Conservatives or Labour, because both parties support halal slaughter, which, as we all know, is evil.
A refugee family is set for a multi-million-pound NHS payout because a mother spoke no English and hospital staff did not explain to her how to care for her newborn in her native language.
The child of the Rajatheepan family, originally from Sri Lanka, has been left with severe brain damage because midwives did not explain the importance of feeding the newborn regularly, a judge has ruled.
The boy, now eight, was born in a healthy condition at King George Hospital in Goodmayes, Essex, in July 2009, but was left limp and sick after not being fed for 15 hours.
Judge Martin McKenna said medics failed to overcome the language barrier, which directly resulted in the baby suffering the catastrophic injuries.
One of the members of the Islamic State cell dubbed the Beatles is suspected of helping to organise a plot from Raqqa in Syria to shoot soldiers, police officers and civilians in London from the back of a moped.
A new initiative by the already controversy-hit government-funded Quango Historic England caused further concern Sunday after they broadcast an image of the historic Nelson’s Column in London’s Trafalgar Square being demolished with a wrecking ball.
The murder of Lee Rigby five years ago ushered in a wave of ‘easy’ extremist violence. But will such random acts result in radical Islam losing its malign ideological power?
Just under five years ago, two men ran down and then butchered with knives Fusilier Lee Rigby as he walked back to his barracks in Woolwich, south London. Still covered in Rigby’s blood, the older of the two men calmly spoke to the cameraphones of those nearby, justifying his act, declaring it revenge for atrocities in “Muslim lands”. Armed police arrived soon afterwards, shooting the attackers and detaining them. But their act had already been memorialised and continues to resonate half a decade later.
Rigby’s murder was not the first time knives had been used in a violent Islamist act in the United Kingdom. In one example, three years earlier, a young east Londoner called Roshonara Choudhry walked into her MP’s constituency surgery and stabbed him, in revenge, she said, for voting for the war in Iraq. Stephen Timms survived his attack and the act was so strange at the time that it took quite a while for people properly to realise what had happened.