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In a string of Islamophobe terror attacks, a man with vandalized four mosques in Birmingham on Wednesday night, 20th March, terrorizing the in-house residents and neighboring Muslim community.
Reports of a man smashing windows with a sledgehammer on Birchfield Road were received at 02:30 GMT, local police told the press. Officers were then alerted to a similar attack on Slade Road, Erdington, about 45 minutes later.
The damage is being linked to further attacks on mosques in Aston and Perry Barr, West Midlands Police said. Officers from Counter Terrorism Unit of the British law enforcement are probing the attacks.
The terrorist attack was condemned all across the world, with several world leaders, denouncing Islamophobia and the Western media’s role in fueling the prejudice against Muslims.
A spokesperson for Witton Islamic Centre on Witton Road, Aston said CCTV captured a man smashing windows at about 01:30. “The the whole of the front windows, about six, were smashed,” he said. “Because of the force he used it’s gone through the windows and into the mosque itself”.
These attacks come a week after the heart-wrenching massacre in NewZealand by a White Supremacist terrorist on Christchurch Mosques, claiming the lives of 50 Muslims. The terrorist attack was condemned all across the world, with several world leaders, denouncing Islamophobia and the Western media’s role in fueling the prejudice against Muslims.
The term Islamophobia was coined and brought into effect post 9/11, with the Western media having linked the now-dubious September 11 attacks to fundamental Muslim values and incorporating keywords that instigated feelings of hatred and fear of Muslims in mass media transmission. The rhetoric was towed until Pakistan, along with a few other allies sacrificed lives and capital against the consequence of Western policies that led to terrorism in South Asia and across the world.
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The actions of Pakistan and ally countries in global counter-terrorism, along with logical rhetoric towed by journalists, authors, content creators, and social media influencers are now dialing down Islamophobia and recognizing white supremacist and Islamophobe terrorism.