VIDEO: Enraged Muslim Jump Kicks Man In The Back For Protesting Outside London Mosque

Chris Menahan
Apr. 11, 2016

A British man taking part in a peaceful silent protest outside of a Mosque in East London was jump kicked in the back by an enraged Muslim as he was walking away and leaving the event.

Other members of the protest group Britain First were also physically assaulted and reportedly had "expensive camera equipment" stolen.

Rather than protect the group's right to protest, London police ordered them to leave the premises as peaceful protest is "inciting" to Muslims.

Video of the event was shared late last week on social media.

During their last protest at the same location in March, Britain First members were spat on, assaulted, had eggs thrown at them, and similarly were ordered to leave the area due to Muslims pretty much rioting.

Last year, it was reported Muhammad is now the most popular baby boy's name in London.

Yesterday, Trevor Phillips, the UK "Equalities Chief" who popularised the term "Islamophobia," said he thought Muslims would "blend" in better and admitted he "got almost everything wrong."

“Twenty years ago… I published the report titled Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All, we thought that the real risk of the arrival of new communities was discrimination against Muslims. Our 1996 survey of recent incidents showed that there was plenty of it around. But we got almost everything else wrong.”

“We estimated that the Muslim population of the UK would be approaching 2 [million] by 2020. We underestimated by nearly a million. We predicted that the most lethal threat to Muslims would come from racial attacks and social exclusion. We completely failed to foresee the urban conflicts of 2001 that ravaged our northern cities. And of course we didn’t dream of 9/11 and the atrocities in Madrid, Paris, Istanbul, Brussels and London.”

“For a long time, I too thought that Europe’s Muslims would become like previous waves of migrants, gradually abandoning their ancestral ways, wearing their religious and cultural baggage lightly, and gradually blending into Britain’s diverse identity landscape. I should have known better.”

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