The Muslim community quickly jumped on the Islamophobia gravy-train all over social media when the murder was fresh in the news. The evasive and hard to find non-Muslim right-winger who attack and kill Muslims was once again the boogey-man in this murder, and Muslims made sure to spread this faulty propaganda far and wide. But as usual, it was just another Muslim hating and killing another Muslim. Nothing new here.
Mohammed Shafiq, Chief Executive of the Ramadhan Foundation and Ummah Channel Political Editor, even published the following indirect warning against all those dangerous but elusive Islamophobes:
“We would urge all local Mosques in Rochdale to consider emergency security precautions and facilities to help local people return home safely from the Mosque. Furthermore Mosques should also consider buddying various people together to ensure vulnerable people are supported.”
Hm yes, please Muslims go home safely from the risk of being killed by one of your own.
As usual the article gives no clarification whether the two belonged to two different communities to clarify if this was simply another Muslim hate crime or originated from some private animosity from individual feuds.
Man, 21, charged with murdering imam in children’s playground as he walked home through Rochdale after prayers
- Jalal Uddin was beaten in a children’s playground in Rochdale last week
- The former imam was taken to hospital but died a short time later
- Mohammed Hussain Syeedy, 21, has been charged with Mr Uddin’s murder
- A post-mortem found the 64-year-old former imam died of head injuries
By Darren Boyle for MailOnline
Published: 21:22, 27 February 2016 |
Detectives investigating the killing of an imam on his way home from a mosque have charged a man with his murder.
Jalal Uddin was found with head injuries in a children’s play area in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, after being attacked on February 18.
The 64-year-old was taken to hospital but died a short time later.