Midlands police investigate 'Punish a Muslim day' letters

Counter-terror unit investigates 'Punish a Muslim day' letter that rewards bombing mosques

Counter-terror unit investigates 'Punish a Muslim day' letter that rewards bombing mosques

They say participants can earn points for different violent acts: Pulling a Muslim woman's headscarf is worth 25 points, for example, while throwing acid in a Muslim person's face is worth 50 points; killing Muslims with a "gun, knife, vehicle" or other device is worth 500 points, and burning or bombing a mosque is worth 1,000. They have caused you pain and heartache.

According to Tell Mama, the number of letters reported is in the "double figures", and Counter-Terrorism Policing North East are now leading a "Malicious Communications Inquiry" and "will consider any potential links to existing inquiries".

"Understandably, this is very distressful not only those who have received the letter but also for the wider communities", Shah wrote in a message on Facebook. Please report them into us at Tell MAMA or to 101. The letters are now under investigation by the police.

Victoria Atkins MP, a Home Office minister, said the letters are part of an ongoing police investigation but the Government condemned the contents of the letter as "clearly abhorrent with no place in decent society". "The investigation into these instances is now being coordinated by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit (NECTU) and these enquiries are ongoing".

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They confirmed they had received one from Leicester and one from the West Midlands.

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

The author of the letters goes further saying that Muslims want "to do us harm and turn our democracies into charia led police states", adding: "Only you can help turn this thing around, only you have the power".

He said he believed the letter had been sent out by a group with the "intent of alarming people" and "to stir up racial hatred".

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'Anyone with any concerns about a communication they may have received should contact their local police force'. Some people may look at is at a sick joke.

"We take religious hatred extremely seriously and my officers will be carrying out a full and thorough investigation in response to these reports", said Martin Snowden, head of counterterrorism policing in North East England. I don't. I am alarmed by its content especially where it mentions acid because of all the recent reports in the media of acid attacks'.

Director Iman Atta said: "This has caused quite a lot of fear within the community".

The messages also feature a dagger with the letters 'MS, ' suggesting a possible link to the "Muslim Slayer", who targeted mosques in both the United Kingdom and USA with threats past year. "We welcome the action being taken by the police to investigate this matter", Miqdaad Versi, assistant secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, one of the UK's largest Muslim umbrella organisations, told Al Jazeera.

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