A gang of Muslim men rampaged through Liverpool city centre violently attacking strangers because they were white “non-Muslims”.
One witness feared Amin Mohmed, 24, Mohammed Patel, 20, and Faruq Patel were ISIS terrorists.
We do not know the identity of the first three men that were attacked, but we know that the gang proceeded on to beat up Gary Bohanna when he admitted he was Christian.
Mr Bohanna was asked: “What are you?”
The victim was confused but when one of them said “I’m a Muslim, what are you?” he answered “I’m a Christian”.
The Christianophobic attacker shouted “Why aren’t you a Muslim?” before punching him twice, breaking his glasses and causing a 2cm cut above his left eye. Mr Bohanna is fortunate not to have lost his eyesight.
The gang then encountered Mr Lynch, Labour councillor for Moss Bank, and his girlfriend Jill Newton.
Laughing Faruq, 19, was not convicted of a racial or religious motive, despite the gang blatantly targeting people by religion. He then filmed Mohmed punching St Helens councillor Paul Lynch to the ground, as his terrified girlfriend tried to protect him.
A “sickening blow” could be “seen and heard”.
While people are arrested, charged, for mere words, that are deemed Islamophobic, and incitement of racial hatred, the state turns a blind eye to blatant religious discrimination against Christians.
Toni Bugle, former English Democrats candidate, says, “So beat up someone up and call them names because they are white and it isn’t racially motived I wonder if they would say the same if it was the other way round? Of course they bloody wouldn’t!”
Liverpool Crown Court heard counter-terrorism officers raided the three men’s homes in Bolton after the shocking incident on March 20 last year.
The judge, Recorder Louise Brandon, said: “This was a disgraceful and sustained campaign of violence carried out on the streets of this city.”