Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Muslim leader accuses police of political correctness

How nice that the Muslims are getting on the side of Law and Order even before the Law Enforcement Officers. See what PC Leftists do to a country? Take heed, before it is too late!

Islam in Europe: UK: Muslim leader accuses police of political correctness: "A muslim leader has accused the police of failing to tackle Asian gangs suspected of prostituting young white girls. Officers are accused of being 'over cautious' when investigating Muslim criminals because they fear being branded racist.


Last night Mohammed Shafiq, director of the Ramadhan Foundation, said the police were differentiating between criminals on the basis of race. He claimed, driven by fear of race riots in places like Blackburn and Oldham, officers were 'overtly sensitive' and not clamping down on the sordid practice.


His controversial comments in this week's Panorama reignite a massively controversial issue which exploded over a Channel 4 documentary in 2004. That programme which claimed Asian men in Bradford were grooming under age white girls for prostitution was pulled from C4's schedules. This was because police claimed at the time that it could provoke racial violence during the local election campaign. Now the BBC is to risk the wrath of police officials and campaigners by airing a programme which will look at the same issue."

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