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An American student has been attacked and permanently disfigured while out drinking beer with friends in an area of London where “Muslim patrols” have previously attempted to enforce Sharia law.
Francesco Hounye, 22, who lives in Florida, was savagely beaten by multiple men, who surrounded him, and kicked and punched him before smashing a bottle of beer into his face. Hounye was taken to hospital with deep slash wounds to his head. He suffered permanent scarring and a chipped tooth.
The attack took place in an area where police say self-appointed “Muslim patrols” have been operating since 2011. Muslims have allegedly targeted gay Londoners, drinkers and women they consider to be dressed inappropriately. All according to Sharia, of course.
The patrols are tied to a radical Muslim cleric who has vowed to establish Sharia law in non-Muslim countries. To that end, “Sharia Enforcement Zones” have been set up in various parts of London, where the patrols have put up yellow stickers declaring the areas as such.
In a video that was uploaded to YouTube earlier this year, a group of young Muslim men can be heard threatening people as the roam the streets of Whitechapel:
“This is a Muslim patrol, Muslim’s patrol the area… Alcohol is evil, no alcohol,” says one man. “Vigilantes implementing Islam upon your own necks,” chimes another voice.
Chilling. And real. Could “Muslim patrols” attempt to establish “sharia enforcement zones” in America? According to Ryan Mauro, national security analyst with The Clarion Project, they’re already trying. Mauro says a radical group called Jamaat ul-Fuqra has large communes around the U.S., where it is training its members “as we speak.”
In a secret ul-Fuqra videotape provided to Mauro by New York police, female members are shown receiving guerrilla warfare training at the group’s “Islamberg” headquarters in New York state. The group claims to have 22 such “villages,” as it calls them, throughout the country.
So, again, could it happen here? Call me a macho American, but something tells me the first time a group of radical anybodies attempts vigilante justice in the streets of America will be its last.
The bigger question is, will Great Britain, and much of the rest of Europe, wake up and realize that its once-vaunted “multiculturalism” experiment has failed – or is it already too late?