Grupo organizado de islamistas ataca un mitin de campaña electoral de un candidato en Reino Unido [ENG]
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Los que se comportan como fascistas o nazis, son los que atacan a ciudadanos y políticos por sus ideas, y aquellos que defendeis esa violencia contra el que os molesta.
A por el que es un nazi, a por el que es un comunista, a por el que es catolico, a por el que es islamista... como os gusta la sangre a algunos.
Efectivamente, como la organización que lidera este tipo. Otra cosa es que porque te gusten sus ideas fascistas y racistas me vendas el cuento de que es un pobrecito martir.
De wikipedia: (EDL, English Defence League, la organización liderada por el santito de Tommy Robinson).
In various cases, EDL demonstrators have damaged Asian-owned businesses and property; in October 2011, EDL members stormed and ransacked an Ahmadiyya Islamic bookstore in Sandwell, and in August 2011 an EDL member was convicted for vandalising a mosque. Demonstrations have also led to physical attacks on Asians themselves. Not all targets of EDL violence have been Muslim; in a July 2010 demonstration in Dudley, EDL members attacked a Hindu temple. It is unclear whether they mistook it for a mosque or whether it reflected broader racist attitudes among the demonstrators extending beyond Islamophobia.
In other instances, EDL members have sought to disrupt the meetings of opponents; in September 2010 they disrupted a UAF meeting in Leicester, and later that month around twenty to thirty EDL activists attacked a meeting of the far-left Socialist Workers Party in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In June 2011, EDL members attacked an anti-fascist concert in Yorkshire. EDL members also targeted left-wing bookshops and trade union buildings, and memvers have been jailed for attacking staff at office buildings which had hosted anti-EDL meetings. The EDL have also targeted demonstrators from the anti-capitalist Occupy movement; in November 2011, 179 EDL members were arrested near St Paul's Cathedral in central London for repeatedly threatening members of Occupy London. It cited its targeting of these because "Trotskyists, Communists and left‐liberals have systematically and opportunistically supported the very Islamofascists the EDL is against." Journalists that have covered EDL marches have received death threats; for instance, journalist Jason N. Parkinson from The Guardian wrote about receiving a death threat by email from an EDL organiser, as well as death threats sent to Marc Vallée, a fellow journalist.
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