Elephant In The Room
Sunday, 16 June 2013
Stabbing: Celebrant Of Religion Of Peace Shows Brotherly Love
... (Pious Devout) Muslim
Now In Custody
Religious Celebrant Was Quite Angry,
... but He Didn't Hate!
... He Was Just Misunderstood, Oppressed and Being Misquoted!
Published on Jun 16, 2013
Man arrested over Birmingham mosque attack as it is revealed it was not a hate crime.
The three men and police officer are being treated in hospital and are described as being in a stable condition.
Reports indicate an argument may have broken out inside the building prior to the attack.
The male police officer was injured when he arrived at the scene responding to reports that three men had been injured at the mosque in Ward End.
West Midlands Police confirmed that a 32-year-old man is being questioned on suspicion of attempted murder.
A police spokeswoman said: "Police were called at 11pm on Saturday night to a mosque in Washwood Heath Road, Ward End, to reports of three men with stab wounds.
"Officers arrived at the incident and whilst the man was being detained, one police officer also suffered a stab wound."
The leader of national Muslim organisation, the Ramadhan Foundation, Mohammed Shafiq, said a nearby resident overheard an argument and believes the attack followed a dispute between members.
"It escalated into violence and a police officer has been stabbed," he stated.
"People, anti-Muslim extremists, are going to try to take advantage of this - it's very serious that a police officer has been stabbed during duty.
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