9/11 Celebrations in Britain
British Muslims also celebrated and rejoiced on September 11, 2001; our media completely failed to inform us about any of this: The ‘British’ Muslim. (Hat tip: TS.)
Whilst the civilised west mourned with horror of the events of Sep11, Muslims in Britain celebrated.
Finsbury Park mosque. Pro-terror demonstrations, graffiti and anti-white posters. at Abu Hamsa’s terror camp
Forest Gate, East London. Local residents sickened by sounds of cheering and celebrations coming from Romford Road mosque on the evening of the slaughter. Muslims leaving the mosque drove off hooting their horns, shouting and waving.
Slough. Letter in Daily Telegraph to express disgust at having witnessed a class of 15-year-old British-born Pakistanis cheering, punching the air and mocking the tearful singing of the American national anthem.
Solihull, Land Rover Plant. Three workers suspended after mocking the three minute silence. Security staff had to escort them from the building to prevent them from being attacked.
Harrow. Fireworks let off during the three minutes silence on Friday.
Cardiff. Young Muslims celebrate in city centre with flags on the evening of the attack.
Birmingham, Small Heath. Celebrations inside and outside local mosque.
Birmingham, Aston. Serious tension in main Royal Mail sorting office after Muslim workers applaud the attacks.
Derby. Local residents disgusted as celebrations in a mosque spill out onto the street with flag waving and chants of triumph.
Oldham. Cheering inside and outside mosques. White workers in Littlewoods Call Centre appalled when Muslim co-workers respond to news of the attack by “jumping up and down with joy.” Schoolchildren celebrate at Grange School with further celebrations along Waterloo Street. Park Cake Bakery. 4 Muslims sacked after cheering during 3 minute silence. Waterloo Street. “Cheering and dancing in the street” after news of the attack broke.
Burnley. A would-be customer in a major shop in the town centre couldn’t find any staff to serve him on the afternoon of the attack. Walking through the shop he found the eight shop assistants - all of them obviously Muslims - crowded around a TV set at the back of the shop, laughing and shaking hands as they watched the footage of the mayhem. Fireworks let off on the evening of the attack in Stoneyholme.
It goes on and on; this isn’t even half of the list.