Kevin Crehan got a year in prison and Mark Bennett got nine months for putting bacon on a mosque door and shouting abuse at a Muslim. Bacon and a shout — how horrible! How many people were killed? How many wounded? Was it as many as were murdered by Islamic jihadists in the name of Islam and in accord with its teachings in Nice, or Orlando, or Brussels, or Paris, or San Bernardino, or Chattanooga, or in London on 7/7?
What? No one was killed at all? Well, surely Crehan and Bennett boasted about their imminent conquest and subjugation of Muslims by non-Muslims, right? After all, the Islamic State and other jihadist entities routinely boast of their imminent conquest of the U.S. and the West — and Crehan and Bennett are the flip side of ISIS, “right-wing extremists,” right?
Certainly Crehan and Bennett demonstrated boorish behavior. But prison time? The fact that they were jailed only shows how much Theresa May’s shattered, staggering dhimmi Britain is afraid of offending its new Muslim overlords. Would they have gotten this much jail time if they had shouted abuse at Christians? Theirs was an attack on breakfast, maybe, but an attack on England? No, that was on 7/7, and more are to come.
Crehan and Bennett were stupidly and boorishly demonstrating the frustration of non-Muslims in England with the government’s suicidal policies. The governments of the West should note that frustration and deal with the concerns of people who are worried about jihadis streaming into their countries. The Western elites are rushing headlong down a path toward civil war.
“Two jailed over Bristol mosque bacon incident described as an ‘attack on England,'” by Ken McCormick, Bristol Post, July 20, 2016:
Two men have been jailed over an attack on a mosque in Bristol in which bacon was tied to door handles and abuse was shouted at a worshipper.
During the incident a St George’s flag was tied to the fence surrounding the mosque. But a judge has described the attack itself as an “attack on England” – and on the principle of freedom of religion.
Kevin Crehan, of Springleaze, Knowle, has been jailed for a year, while Mark Bennett, of Spruce Way, Patchway, was given a nine-month sentence for his role in the disturbance at the Jamia Mosque in Green Street, Totterdown, earlier this year.
Crehan, 34, and 48-year-old Bennett were convicted of a racially aggravated public order offence, as were Alison Bennett, also of Spruce Way, Patchway, and Angelina Swales, of West Town Avenue, Brislington,
At Bristol Crown Court today Alison Bennett, 46, was given a six-month suspended sentence, while 31-year-old Swales was given a four-month suspended jail term.
All four were all given a restraining order banning them from going within 100 metres of a mosque anywhere in England or Wales for the next 10 years.
Avon and Somerset police said that, during the incident, the four shouted racial abuse at a member of the Jamia Mosque.Rashers of bacon – forbidden to Muslims by the Koran – were were placed on the door handles and a St George’s flag was tied to the fence.
The offenders were identified by members of the public after police issued CCTV images of them, which were published online and in print by the Bristol Post and other media organisations.
Police said that at the court hearing today, Judge Julian Lambert condemned the incident as an “attack on England” and “the principles of freedom of religion”….