Liverpool police say that an armed gang of Muslim men is creating a violent chaos in their streets, attacking innocent people simply because of the color of their skin.
In a politically correct society, Whites are told that race is a social construct, yet these Muslim gang members are specifically targeting people because they're White.
Three of the members of the Muslim gang are alleged to have ties to ISIS, according to witnesses, and Amin Mohmed, Mohammed Patel, and Faruq Patel have been charged by law enforcement for their involvement in the attacks on the public.
24-year-old Mohmed, and 20 year old Mohammed, allegedly attacked Liverpool resident Gary Bohanna when he revealed he was Christian.
Later police say that Patel filmed Mohmed while he brutally assaulted a St Helens Councilor, Paul Lynch, as his girlfriend watch in fear.
Liverpool Crown Court listened as prosecutors introduced counter-terrorism officers who raided the three men’s homes in Bolton after the shocking incidents on film surfaced on social media.
The judge, Recorder Louise Brandon, said during the hearing that, “This was a disgraceful and sustained campaign of violence carried out on the streets of this city.”
During the trial, Prosecutor Paul Treble said a bystander intervened in one of the assaults, Edris Nosrati, when he spotted two of the savage Muslims from the gang attacking a man on Bold Street at around 3:30 AM.
Prosecutor Treble exclaimed, “He was concerned because one of them seemed to be using racist language, talking about Muslims and Christians. One of them came up to Mr. Nosrati and said ‘are you a Muslim?’ Mr. Nosrati said he was, but the man said ‘well, what’s the Muslim word?’”
Mr. Nosrati then replied to the Muslim gang, “There is only one God, and Muhammad is a messenger.” Prosecutor Treble said that the phrase is a “well known” phrase often associated with those who have extremist ties potentially with allegiances to ISIS.
According to the prosecution, Mr. Nosrati continued to follow the extremists as they proceeded towards Renshaw Street, where they then approached another White man, asking him “What are you?”
The victim was confused but when one of them said: “I’m a Muslim, what are you?” he answered, “I’m a Christian”, at which point the Muslims began attacking him, punching and kicking him while breaking his glasses.
According to witnesses, the Muslim gang was screaming throughout the assault “Why aren't you a Muslim!?”
Mr. Nosrati claims that the men then continued on their rampage of assaults, to find more victims, when they approached a Labour councilor for Moss Bank, Mr. Lynch, and his Girlfriend.
Prosecutors say that footage was taken by Faruq captured Mohmed punching Mr. Lynch with what they described as a “sickening blow” that could be “seen and heard”.
According to other witnesses, no “racist” comments were used, but Liverpool John Moores University student Faruq could be heard laughing as the victim fell.
Mr. Nosrati then called the police but Faruq fled before they could arrive, so the witnesses chased and caught him.
Faruq then punched Mr. Nosrati and struck him in the eye with his phone, but Nosrati fought back holding him down until law enforcement could arrive.
Mr. Bohanna and Mr. Lynch, both victims of the terrible assaults who suffered severe lacerations to their eyes and swollen limbs were then taken to the hospital for treatment.
Mohmed made no official comments to police, but later he claimed that he was unable to remember anything because he was so drunk.
Mohammed also initially denied any involvement the assaults and suggested they were victims of racially motivated Islamophobia by the citizens of Liverpool.
Later, however, he finally confessed to “targeting people because they were white and non-Muslim”.
Faruq then told officers people in Liverpool called him and his friends a “dirty paki”, which is a derogatory slang for Muslims, and that they retaliated.
He admitted filming the assaults “because he thought it was funny” and described it “as a laugh”.
Mohmed, of Perendale Rise, Bolton, and Mohammed, of Eastbank Street, Bolton, then confessed to committing racially or religiously aggravated assaults causing actual bodily harm.
The Muslim extremists along with Faruq, of Crumpsall Street, Bolton, also then admitted to being responsible for the assault causing actual bodily harm and affray.
Attorneys for the Muslims said that their clients were a “deeply remorseful” client were “terrified” of being locked up, although they weren't in any fear at the time of the crime spree.
The judge in the case, Recorder Brandon, said whether or not the group may have been victims themselves suffering from islamophobia was no excuse for such “violent and senseless attacks”.
She said that both Mohmed and Mohammed’s punching and kicking of Mr. Bohanna was aggravated by “hostility based on his religion”.
The judge went on to say, “References to the fact he was not a Muslim was made and you appeared to justify your actions because of certain beliefs you held.” Adding that the men “confirmed those targeted that night were targeted because they were white and non-Muslim.”
As the judge announced the sentence for their guilty verdict Mohmed cried as he was jailed for 42 weeks. Mohammed and Faruq Patel each also received 42 and 18 weeks respectively in a young offender's institutions.