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Quote from news report:

"Why ain't the police protecting the Muslim Mosques while they are praying after Ramadan? The police haven't done anything for us, it's the Sikh community have come and stood there to protect the Muslim Mosques so that people do not get hurt while they are praying,"

http://itn.co.uk/home/26325/Anger+towards+police+in+Birmingham

Anger towards police in Birmingham

Thu Aug 11 2011 5:17

Residents in the Winson Green area of Birmingham have said that police failed to protect the community during the riots in the city, after three men were killed while attempting to protect the area from looters.

The men, named as Haroon Jahan, 21, and brothers Shazad Ali, 30, and Abdul Musavir, 31, were killed after being hit by a car as they protected shops during the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Hundreds of people attended a community group meeting on Wednesday, which was attended by members of the West Midlands Police who answered questions about their tactics.

Speaking after the meeting, one resident said the force still had questions to answer.

"Why ain't the police protecting the Muslim Mosques while they are praying after Ramadan? The police haven't done anything for us, it's the Sikh community have come and stood there to protect the Muslim Mosques so that people do not get hurt while they are praying," he said.

Politicians and police have come under fire for not deploying enough officers on the streets after riots, which began in London on Saturday, and spread beyond the capital this week.

Police have launched a murder investigation into the three deaths in Birmingham, with a 32-year-old man having been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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I think it has made us look like mugs and weak, they must be laughing.

They will use this tempory sikh-muslims freindship to further and pursue girls from our community.

Did you actually watch any of the footage from Sangat TV? They were praising us and certainly not laughing. As for the rest, the chances of that diminish as having seen their reactions, especially of the youth they don't want relations to sour.

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Heres why reasons why not to Trust them

1. Taqqyia – Lying to the non- believer

2. Ummah – They have two worlds the believer and the non believer and we all know where we are

3. Birardi – Klan Loyalty - They only help their own.

4. Our History with them

5. The problems in this country for 30 years, with girl's conversion, sex abuse grooming etc.

And when Ramadan is over in a fewweeks, you will see what I mean.

We are being mugged and will suffer for it.

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