In Britain, letters call for 'Punish a Muslim Day'

In Britain, letters call for 'Punish a Muslim Day'

In Britain, letters call for 'Punish a Muslim Day'

"If any constituent has received a letter, or is concerned, contact me at or if you'd rather, contact @TellMamaUK".

He told The Mirror: "It was not addressed to anyone, just the address and postcode as if it was sent out randomly".

Several Britons in London, the West Midlands and Yorkshire said they received the printed letter through the post, according to reports, Al Jazeera news network reported.

The letters also attempt to goad readers into carrying out attacks by questioning whether they are 'sheep.' "Sheep follow orders and are easily led, they are allowing the white majority nations of Europe and North America to become overrun by those who would like nothing more than to do us harm and turn our democracies in to Sharia led police states", the letter claims.

The anonymous letters arrived this weekend in plain white envelopes with second-class stamps, and were sent to people in at least six communities in England.

One letter was sent to the business address of Liberal Democrat councillor Riaz Ahmed in Bradford. The letter announces 10 points to pull the head-scarf of a Muslim woman, 50 points to throw acid, 250 points to torture using electrocution, 500 points for butchering using a gun or knife, and 1000 points to bomb a mosque. Please report them into us at Tell MAMA or to 101.

The speculated letters are said to have detailed point- based scoring urging people to attack Muslims.

"A spokesperson said: "[We] are coordinating the investigation at this time and will consider any potential links to existing inquiries. "It was posted yesterday", Ahmed said.

"I would like to reassure the people of South Yorkshire that public and community safety remains our utmost priority and as always, we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of everyone".

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"It is essential that all letters and envelopes are kept and handled minimally to preserve evidence for the police to investigate".

'It seems unusual that anyone would send something like this to an address in a predominantly Muslim area.

The charity Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend) said it was horrified by the letter.

"I think it has been sent out by a group with the intent of alarming people and to stir up racial hatred".

'My main concern is that it could get into the hands of other disaffected people in Bradford who just need that push to act.

Meanwhile, Iman Atta, director of anti-Muslim hate monitoring service Tell MAMA, said that the letters have caused "fear within the community", adding, "They are asking if they are safe, if their children are safe to play outdoors".

"This has caused quite a lot of fear within the community".

The letters, which were received as far afield as Bradford, Leicester, London, Cardiff and Sheffield, suggested a number of ways Muslims could be targeted on April 3, as well as points to be awarded for different acts.

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