When this story first hit my news wire, I just assumed this was in a Muslim country under sharia law, where non-Muslims are routinely persecuted, subjugated, and attacked. But no, this took place in the UK, which has most willingly submitted to Islamic supremacism and law. The land of the Magna Carta is dead.
A PAKISTANI CHRISTIAN IN DERBY HOSPITALISED BY MUSLIMS FOR DISPLAYING CROSS IN VEHICLE
By Wilson Wilson Chowdhry , October 24, 2017:
A 45-year-old man had to be taken to hospital after being assaulted outside a popular restaurant in Derby last night.
Friday 20th October 2017. Read Derby Telegraph story
Tajamal Amar a food delivery driver suffered a broken nose and several lacerations to his head and body after a group of Muslim men attacked without warning.
Mr Amar was rendered unconscious and woke approximately 5 hours later at Royal Derby Hospital where he was admitted overnight, after having been transported there by emergency services.
A local police spokesman said: “We were called to a report of an assault outside the Red Chilli restaurant, in Littleover, at around 8.45pm on Friday.
“It was reported that a 45-year-old man had been kicked and punched.
“He was hospitalised at the Royal Derby Hospital with a broken nose and we have not yet arrested anyone in connection with the assault.”
After this Mr Amar is not very clear on what happened but he seems to have been hit on top of the head and then suffered further violence as he lay on the floor unconscious.
He cannot describe any of the attackers and police are seeking witnesses who saw the attack, which happened outside a very popular restaurant during peak hours on a fridaynight.
Anyone who saw the attack or who could help the police with their inquiries should call 101 quoting reference 17000454535.
Mr Amar, said;
“Several times local Pakistani people in Derby have taken offence from the fact that I am Christian, when they first find out many stop talking to me. my wife and I have often be shunned.
“on the day of my attack the visible display of a cross in my car and two poppies just below the front bonnet, triggered the violence against me. I know this, because for a few days before the attack the same men, glared at me after they notice my Christian paraphernalia.
“I fled form Pakistan to escape violence such as this, but more and more the same violence is coming into Britain.
“Freedom of religion should be the right of any British citizen but today I feel unsafe, even then nothing will stop me going to church.
“I will pray for my attackers and hope they will change their hard-line approach to faith which is very dangerous for our society.”
Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, said:
“This unprovoked attack on a Christian for simply displaying a cross and two large poppies is an example of the religious intolerance that some strands of radical Islam promote in Britain.
“An innocent man has been hospitalized, he has had to take several days off work, and now he is living in fear of further reprisals, simply for adhering to the Christian faith.
This incident is very similar in tone to the attack on Nissar Hussain, who in 2016 had to be protected by a 16 man police escort when retrieving a box of furniture from his former home in Bradford (click here) . Earlier in 2016 local police gave Nissar two weeks to leave his home of 8 years after stating that they could not provide adequate protection to him, because of the heightened threat to his life.
Now Tajamal wants to leave the city of Derby where he no longer feels safe. He originally left Pakistan after being shot by Muslims there after refusing to convert to Islam.
Mr Chowdhry, added:
“How many people will have to flee areas where they no longer are safe just because of an adherence to a faith outside the norm for the location. In a democratic country this simply should not be happening.
“Besides if this social malaise continues one day there will be nowhere else to run. Britain has to find a solution that allows all people to live in harmony without any fear or trepidation.”
“Like most countries in the west the UK has signed the UN Convention for Human Rights, Article 18 stipulates the necessity to preserve religious freedom, I hope something is done to prevent victims such as Tajamal and Nissar from losing the freedom to adhere to a faith of their choice in their community.”