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Muslim Boys Bullied a British Boy for Supporting British Troops

Posted by sioespain en 19 noviembre, 2010

Two 12-year-old Muslim boys have been excluded from a central England school for threatening another student who posted tribute to the British soldiers. This school is in a predominantly Muslim area.

Darius Gill, the victim has an Asian father and white mother. Often Muslim students of the school bully him for not being a Muslim.

When Darius posted tribute images of British soldiers on facebook,  Muslim students in the school posted threatening messages.

Allington, another student of the same school noticed those messages and informed the school. He said, “I usually keep an eye on what Darius posts on Facebook … I logged on and it broke my heart…I was reading all sorts about knuckle dusters, knives and death. They were planning to attack him at school that day so I rang the school straight away.”

Worst still, Muslim students from other schools promised to join the gang and planned to attack Darius Gill after school. They criticized Darius Gill for supporting Britain and America.

Darius Gill’s mother removed her son from the school. The school authority also temporarily removed the bullying students from the school.

(Sources: Faith Freedom Org)

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