Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Mohammed in court for advert which offers £1000 for anybody who beheads man who robbed local mosque

(England) 26-year-old Mohammed Bashir was offended when somebody decided to break into and rob the local mosque. So he knocked out an advert containing video clips of the man in question and offered £1000 to anybody who would catch and behead this person.

However, Mohammed was reported to the police who arrested him and gave him a date to attend court. Well, guess what, as this is England where Muslims can do as they please, the court believed his excuse that he was high on drugs, and so he walked free from court with a £145 fine and 60 hours of unpaid work (which in the UK means nothing will happen if he doesn't carry it out).

Funny enough, the mosque had this to say on its Facebook page after Mohammed was caught:
“Please be careful with what you say on Facebook, Twitter etc. regarding what happened today/last night at the masjid about the robbery.

“Please don’t make threats about the person online as it could cause complications in the case.
Welcome to the Islamic republic of England where ripping up a Koran gets you jailed but putting out a contract to behead somebody doesn't.