Lancashire Muslim families sent hate-filled booklets which insult Islam

Mail Online | 10/19/2018 | Cait Kelly For Mailonline
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Hate-filled booklets that contain cartoon drawings which insult Islam have been hand-delivered to Muslim families.

The booklets came in handwritten addressed envelopes sent to six houses.

Father - Son - Muslims - Prayer - Islam

They show a father and son encountering Muslims in prayer who are then threatened they could be killed for insulting Islam and the religion will bring 'England to her knees'

In the cartoon story a father who stands with a mosque in the background tells his son(SIC): 'They're praying to their moon god, son'.

Father - Son - Man - Headscarf - SIC

The father and son are then threatened by a man wearing an Arab-style headscarf who says (SIC): 'The holy Koran says I could KILL you for saying that.

'Islam is the second largest and fastest growing religion in America and you should fear it.'

'We - Muslim - Flag - White - House

'We expect a Muslim flag to fly over the White House by 2010.

'Think it's impossible? England was our first target.

Islamic - Religion - England - Knees

'And the Islamic religion is bringing England to her knees.'

The booklets were hand delivered through letterboxes at six addresses in Preston, Lancashire - all of which were Asian Muslim families.

Lancashire - Police - Force - Reports

Lancashire Police confirmed that the force was investigating the reports.

Pav Akhtar, 40, who was among those who received the booklet, said none of his white or Sikh neighbours had received them.

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He said: 'What was most concerning for us is that each note was a handwritten envelope sent to six specific households - how they know which households to target I couldn't tell you.'

Pav, who was staying at his mother's address, said the mail was picked up by his niece and nephew Sehr, 11, and Shahzaib, 10.

'The - Children - Unsure

He said: 'The children feel nervous and unsure.

'They're asking 'why do they hate us?' Why don't they like us?' If the idea had been to intimidate us then it achieved that.'

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The booklet also contains a section allowing recipients to tick a box 'yes' or 'no' to accept Christ 'as...
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