British Woman Attack Mosque with Booze and Bacon in Oldham, England

Shocking video has been circulating on social media shows two British women videotaping themselves while pouring alcohol and throwing bacon in front of a mosque in Oldham, England.

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Shocking video has been circulating on social media shows two British women videotaping themselves while pouring alcohol and throwing bacon in front of a mosque in Oldham, England.
The video starts with the two women approaching the mosque during prayer time, which can be heard in the video. One of them is heard warning her friend that they could “get arrested” for what they are doing while laughing.

The video also shows one of them while leaving bacon at the door, before they started laughing hysterically and ran away.

The two women who were widely-condemned, were believed to carry out such an act as a hate-crime towards Muslims, considering bacon and alcohol are prohibited in Islam.

The incident had been investigated by police when it happened in September, according to authorities.

The video came to light during this week has been watched for thousands of times sparking general condemnation among social media users.

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Criticism has been mounting on the newspaper over its decision to publish the column branded “racist” and “inflammatory”.

The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) confirmed to i it had received complaints about article, with the headline “Chip in and we’ll help Choudary on his way to Paradise,” under Clause 12 (Discrimination) and Clause 3 (Harassment) of the Editors’ Code of Practice.

IPSO said it was processing the complaints but could not provide further information at this point.

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