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East London’s Cricket Mad Muslim Patrol Go Down

by | 11th, November 2013

THE Muslim Patrol are reduced in number. Two of the gang who seek to enforce Sharia Law around a mosque in East London have been staring at the Old Bailey. The gang plodded along the streets of East London telling infidels, allegedly: “Why are you poisoning your body? It is against Islam. This is a Muslim patrol. Kill the non-believers.” They, allegedly, defaced images of H&M push-up bras.

Drinkers had their booze confiscated. Some was tipped away. The gang punched two people.

So. Who are this fearsome gang, forcing locals to cut down of alcohol, or else?

One is Ricardo McFarlane. He’s 26 in the Times, and 36 in the local London paper.

Another is called Jordan Horner. He’s 19. He likes to be called Jamal Uddin. That’s him below with the chin-strap beard. He’s raising his finger in the manner of Dickie Bird responding to the cry “Howzat?!”.

 

Jordan Horner

 

A third can’t be named. He’s 23. So, he’s called X. Yesterday in court he refused to sit. He then sat and refused to stand. X finds his spot and sticks with it.

Horner admits two charges of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.. McFarlane admits affray. X admits using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

The Waltham Forest Guardian adds:

Last month Horner, who says he wants to bring Sharia law to Britain, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault and two charges of using threatening words or behaviour. [He] was jailed for six weeks in July for beating up a photographer and causing £3,000 worth of damage to a car in an attack in Walthamstow.

He was also seen putting up posters across east London ‘banning’ alcohol.

MacFarlane has previous convictions for criminal damage for painting over advertisements of women in the street.

The 23-year-old has previous convictions for theft and handling stolen goods prior to his conversion to Islam and also for using threatening words and behaviour in April 2012.

With the MP down, the streets of East London are left to the Government-approved Five A Day Patrol, Eat Less Fat Patrol and The No-Smoking Patrol. Be afraid…

 



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