This is the future of Britain, courtesy David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Theresa May, Jacqui Smith, Jack Straw et al. There will be more Sunni-Shi’ite violence on British streets, and more jihad violence in general, because of them and their feckless and short-sighted policies.
The sectarian violence between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims in central London chillingly mirrors the bloodbath being waged between the groups in Iraq.
Trouble flared in Edgware Road, an area with a high Muslim population, during a protest organised by radical preacher Anjem Choudary, 47.
The Sunni activists, calling for jihad in war-torn Syria, clashed with Shi’ite locals, London’s Old Bailey heard.
Two men were beaten to the ground with placards, flagpoles and wooden sticks on May 10 last year.
Convert Jordan Horner, 20, part of the Sunni sect, attacked Shi’ites, calling them “kaffirs”, meaning non-believers.
He and Mohammed Almagir, 34, Mirza Ali, 38, and Mohad Uddin, 36, were convicted of disorder.
Kamran Khan, 29, was convicted of affray. Horner was caged for two years. The others got between 21 days and 15 months.