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    Protester arrested for egging Sayeeda Warsi

    by Sunny on 16th December, 2009 at 3:16 PM    

    BBC News reports:

    A man has been arrested over an attack on Conservative peer Baroness Warsi during a visit to Luton. The shadow minister for community cohesion, named Britain’s most powerful Muslim woman, was visiting the Bury Park area of the town on 30 November. She was in the middle of a walkabout of the area when she was pelted with eggs.

    A 24-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and a public order offence. He is currently being questioned. A Bedfordshire Police officer saw the man in the street and arrested him, a spokeswoman said.

    Can’t say I have any sympathy for al-Muhajiroun idiots.

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    1. raincoatoptimism — on 16th December, 2009 at 7:39 AM  

      even the Mail dislikes the so-called “Bury Park” lot for having “endorsed suicide bombings and [being] virulently anti-Semitic”. I understand this to be a turf war (The Mail and al-Muhajiroun's anti-pc outlooks that is).

    2. Fojee_Punjabi — on 19th December, 2009 at 2:23 AM  

      More to the point: if these idiots don't like Britain then, er, why not go back to Pakistan… ?

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