The ‘Muslim Patrol’ In Court For Trying To Enforce Sharia Law In East London

Remember the ‘Muslim Patrol’, the bunch of Islamic pyjama wearing bullies who videoed themselves harassing non-Muslims and committing hate crimes. Well they have finally appeared in court for their disgusting actions on those videos. If you haven’t seen the ‘Muslim Patrol’ videos, basically they were a series of home-made videos uploaded to Youtube by a group of Muslim men calling themselves the ‘Muslim Patrol’ who tried enforcing Sharia law on London’s streets. The bearded bullies filmed themselves committing hate crimes, harassing and intimidating innocent non-Muslims  who happened to be walking near to the infamous East London Mosque in the Islamic enclave of Tower Hamlets.

Like Muslims so often do, they targeted people not in much of a position to stand up to them. A male/female couple who they were calling the girl a slag because she had a skirt on, telling them to move away from the mosque ‘dressed like that’. A lone male who had a can of beer that they snatched off him and poured away, claiming no alcohol allowed because ‘this is a Muslim area’. A camp looking male whom they gave lots of homophobic abuse to because he ‘looked gay’.

Their actions were without doubt homophobic and religious motivated hate crimes. Yet no mention of any hate crime charges against them. In Britain’s 2 Tier justice system for some unknown reason, Muslims can only ever be the victim.Its only white British people who ever seem get charged with religious or race related hate crimes. If it had been online name calling aimed at a Muslim that would be different. Online Islamic grassing service TellMama would be calling for you to be locked up,

The Muslim extremists responsible for trying to implement Sharia law included a couple of converts to Islam who are mates with hate preacher Anjem Choudary and part of his Muslim Against Crusades Islamofascist crew.

Muslim convert who wanted to impose Sharia Law on East End of London threatened to kill non-Muslim passers-by for drinking beer

  • Jordan Horner, 19, walked around Tower Hamlets berating non-Muslims
  • Members of the ‘Muslim Patrol’ said ‘kill the non-believers’ and threatened to stab people who drank beer
  • Horner pleads guilty to ABH after getting into a fistfight with a passer-by
  • He was previously jailed after telling photographers at Anjem Choudary’s house that they would end up like Lee Rigby


PUBLISHED: 16:18, 18 October 2013 | UPDATED: 16:24, 18 October 2013

A convert to Islam today admitted attacking non-Muslims in East London as part of a campaign against Western culture.

Jordan Horner was part of the ‘Muslim Patrol’ which wandered around Tower Hamlets late at night threatening people for drinking beer.

The group said they wanted to ‘kill non-believers’ and said they would stab revellers, as well as uploading YouTube videos in which they criticised non-Muslims for what they were wearing.

brainwashed ginger islamic extremist Jordan Horner
Ricardo McFarlane

Accused: Jordan Horner, left, and Ricardo McFarlane, right, were said to be members of the ‘Muslim Patrol’

Horner, 19, was previously jailed for six weeks after telling photographers gathered outside hate preacher Anjem Choudary’s house that they could end up like murdered soldier Lee Rigby.

In the early house of January 6 this year, Horner and others apparently approached a group of five men walking along the street then snatched cans of beer out of their hands before emptying them into the gutter.

The ‘Muslim Patrol’ is alleged to have said: ‘Why are you poisoning your body? It is against Islam. This is Muslim Patrol. Kill the non-believers.’

One then told another to ‘go get the shank [knife]’, but as the men walked away Horner threw punches at them, hitting one in the jaw.

He is also alleged to have threatened two couples and a man in East London between December and January.

Radical: convert Jordan Horner, 19, is close to jihadist hate preacher Anjem Choudary, pictured during a demonstration with muslim against crusades extremistsRadical: Horner, 19, is close to jihadist hate preacher Anjem Choudary, pictured during a demonstration

At an earlier hearing at Thames Magistrates Court, prosecutor Kehinde Adesina said that on January 6 Horner and his extremist friends took to the streets to enforce Sharia Law.

‘Prior to the incident there were some videos uploaded to YouTube about people being inappropriately dressed in east London,’ he said.

‘Between 4am and 5am a group of five male friends were out drinking enjoying a night out. They had cans of beer in their hands.

‘The group were approached by Mr Horner and some other men in Muslim dress. They took the beer can out of one of the men’s hands and poured it out.’

Miss Adesina added: ‘The victims describe the main aggressor as being ginger with a ginger beard. And one victim said the white ginger male punched him in the jaw.

‘It was a group attack and a religiously aggravated assault.’

Today Horner appeared at the Old Bailey alongside fellow converts Ricardo McFarlane, 26, and a 23-year-old man who cannot be named for legal reasons.

McFarlane appeared in the dock dressed in white robes and a headscarf, while Horner – who calls himself Jamaal Uddin – and the other man appeared via video link from Belmarsh Prison.

HERO SOLDIER DRUMMER LEE RIGBY MURDERED BY UAF SUPPORTING ISLAMISTS IN WOOLWICH. Threats: Horner told a photographer he could end up like murdered soldier Lee Rigby, picturedThreats: Horner told a photographer he could end up like murdered soldier Lee Rigby, pictured

Horner pleaded guilty to two counts of ABH and admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, but denied another count of ABH and two of affray.

McFarlane and the 23-year-old denied the three ABH charges, while the unnamed man also pleaded not guilty to affray.

Horner will not stand trial after his guilty pleas, and will be sentenced after the trial of the two other defendants, which starts on November 11.

McFarlane, from Camberwell, had his conditional bail renewed at today’s hearing, while Horner, from Walthamstow, and the other man were remanded in custody.

It can now be reported that Horner was jailed earlier this year when he threatened photographers, saying they would meet the same fate as ‘boy soldier’ Lee Rigby if they took pictures of Anjem Choudary.

He was convicted of assault and criminal damage after beating up one photographer and smashing up another’s car.

Horner shoved Bradley Page outside Choudary’s house in Walthamstow two days after Drummer Rigby was hacked to death in Woolwich on May 22, and said: ‘You should be careful. What happened to the boy soldier could happen to you.’

The following day, he told Sonjia Horsman he would cut her ‘f***ing head off’ and caused £3,000 worth of damage to her car.

The teenager converted to Islam last year after being approached outside a pub, and has cut himself off from his family and former friends.

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    The incident of Muhammad’s massacre at Khaibar of many innocent Jews of Banu Nadir tribe, whom he had earlier deported from Medina, is undoubtedly true. Muhammad’s biographers and hadith collectors narrate that he surrounded the Jews at Khaibar and besieged them. When they were defeated and surrendered, he ordered killing of the captured Jewish men above the age of puberty. At dinner time, a Jew woman, who was given the responsibility of cooking food, added poison in the meal. Muhammad and his companions started eating their meal. Soon one of his companions collapsed and died on the spot. Muhammad had eaten only a small part of the poisoned morsel. He threw it away and grabbed the Jewish woman, and asked if she had added poison in the food. She confessed and was put to death by Muhammad.
    The event occurred in 629 C.E., but Muhammad died in 632. No history book gives any evidence that Muhammad fell sick or his health deteriorated from the day he consumed the poisoned food until his death. In these 3-4 years, Muhammad was in his good health, leading many Jihad wars. He fell seriously ill only during the last few days of his life, which eventuated into his death.
    It is also ridiculous of Muslim historians to suggest that their master would give the responsibility of preparing the meal to a person, whose husbands, sons, brothers and fathers had been killed a while earlier by him.
    Aisha and Muhammad
    Both the Quran and Islamic history give strong evidence that Aisha, who was married to Muhammad at the age of 9, was never happy with her husband—over 40 years older than her at the time of contracting the marriage. There are evidences that Aisha and Muhammad both quarreled with each other over many issues so much so that Muhammad was on the verge of divorcing all his wives, just because of Aisha and Hafsa, who had shared the truth about Muhammad’s lecherous habit with their co-wives. On another occasion, Muhammad had separated himself from Aisha on the suspicion of sleeping with another young disciple of his.
    As Muhammad was very old and a fatherly figure to Aisha, the young and immature Aisha certainly could never like and love him in a romantic way. When young Aisha was dreaming for her charming prince of her age, with whom she could play, do emotional talking and share jokes—she had sleep with a stinky old man. She probably was not happy of her parent’s decision either that they arranged her marriage with the person nearly of her father’s age. For about nine years, she bore Muhammad’s presence and sexual oppression.
    So, it is possible that when Muhammad had become too much of annoyance and even older, she planned to get rid of old Muhammad, nearing death. Murdering Muhammad was only way Aisha could get rid of him. Her plans for killing Muhammad, however, might have been instigated when Muhammad was showing greater interest in Maria, a Coptic slave of exquisite beauty. The fact that only Maria amongst his dozen wives had borne him a child named Abraham—this might have had made Maria a favorite to Muhammad. He started cheating his wives, whereby he would send them away so that he could go to bed with Maria in their absence.
    Muhammad’s accusation on Aisha of adultery
    Aisha’s hatred and bitterness of Muhammad had certainly intensified after he accused her of adultery—a story, supported by both the Quran and historical texts. Aisha, a young and immature girl, was certainly easy to be manipulated by Muhammad’s young companions. When a rumour about her sleeping on one occasion with a young companion of Muhammad became popular in Medina, he lost his interest in her. He sent her back to her parent’s house. Ali, the close cousin and husband of Muhammad’s daughter Fatimah, had eagerly advised him to divorce her.
    Allah (aka Muhammad) maintained silence for about a month as the scandal kept on spiraling. It was important for Muhammad not to alienate Abu Bakar, who had many trusted friends and a strong power-base. At the same time, he had to somehow prove that Aisha was innocent, not to tarnish his prophetic credential. So, only after about a month had passed and Aisha’s menses returned, proving that she hadn’t fallen pregnant from the alleged adulterous affair that Allah sent down verses to declare that the rumour was false and Aisha was innocent. Thus, she returned to Muhammad’s house.
    Nonetheless, Aisha’s father Abu Bakar, the first caliph of Islam, grew a grudge against Muhammad, because he brought shame and insult to his daughter and family by accusing her of adultery. Muhammad’s absolving Aisha of the accusation was not good enough to assuage Abu Bakar’s hatred toward him, not enough to pacify him. He certainly wanted to take revenge of this humiliation from Muhammad, whom he had supported utmost in his darkest hours. For this reason, Abu Bakar also probably encouraged Aisha to murder her husband, and also that he confiscated the state of Fadak from Ali and Fatimah as revenge.
    A ‘cold war’ between Muhammad and Abu Bakar began to appear after the incident, and he perceived that some confederations had developed between Abu Bakar and his associate to conspire against him. So, he stopped trusting Abu Bakar, Umar and others, who were close associates. Then on, he adopted a new strategy and started focusing on and supporting his son-in-law, Ali.
    Umar bin Al-Khatab
    Umar, the second caliph of Islam, was well-known for his rowdy and arrogant behavior, and often disagreed with Muhammad’s close companions and stayed besides Abu Bakar. It is well known that Umar behaved in a very rude manner with Muhammad when he signed the Treaty of Hudaybia with the Quraish.
    The reason Umar got infuriated with Muhammad was because his daughter Hafsa, one of Muhammad’s wives, caught him red handed with his slave-girl Maria in her Hafsa’s bed, after he had sent Hafsa to Umar’s house that he wanted to see her. Despite Muhammad’s best efforts to calm Hafsa down, she started shouting and went back to her father’s house; she told everyone about his lecherous husband.
    When she told Aisha of Muhammad’s lechery, they ganged up and started insulting Muhammad. Muhammad, though guilt-stricken, took a macho approach by refusing to sleep with his wives for their berating of him. However, the truth was probably that he quit sleeping only with Aisha and Hafsa, who had shown strong displeasure with him over the incident, and he might have feared threats or physical on his life from them.
    Accordingly, an anti-Muhammad pact was formed, comprised mainly of Abu Bakar, Umar, Uthman, Talha and Saad bin abi Waqas. Muhammad knew he had been trapped, thanks to his ridiculous and lecherous actions; he could only prolong the drama to drag on, but could not find a way out of it. The silent breach between the two Muslim camps kept growing deeper and deeper with every passing day, but its control was neither within the power of Muhammad nor his alter-ego Allah.
    Given that Muhammad led a healthy and able life for three years after the Khaibar attack, carrying no disability or ailment from the alleged poisoning incident there by the Jewish woman, it is very likely, given the enmity that existed between Muhammad and his opponents, including some of his wives—that if Muslim historians’ claim of Muhammad death from poisoning is true, then it was done by someone closer to him and just before his death, not by the Jewish woman three years earlier. And we can only point fingers at Aisha, given her personal unhappiness and angst, plus her father’s enmity against Muhammad.
    As mentioned, Muhammad had quit sleeping with Aisha and Hafsa because of their compliant to his lecherous actions. Allah sent down strict verses, warning them of divorce and cursing them. Since people were observing the ‘cold war’ between Abu Bakar/Umar and Muhammad, they easily realized that those verses were solely directed at Aisha and Hafsa. Scandals were spiraling all around.
    Conquest of Mecca, January 630
    Muslims, as a cover-up for the credential of Muhammad and his prophethood, tell us that the Hudaibiya treaty between Muslims and the Pagan Quraish was violated by the Quraish. Thus, Muslims had to wage war against the Quraish to teach them a lesson for breaking the treaty.
    Muhammad and his army of 10,000 to 12000 heads — comprised mainly of Ansar — attacked Mecca. He showed much greater his amnesty toward the Quraish, his clansmen, than he had shown to the Jews at Khyber, whom he treated with extreme barbarism. The Ansar (helpers) of Medina figured out that Muhammad was not a prophet, but a selfish warlord, hungry for money, women and power.
    Muhammad did another stupid mistake when, after the conquest of Mecca, he distributed all the booty among the people of Quraish. The poor Ansars — who helped Muhammad and his companions in their dire situations and stayed beside him in many battles — got nothing at all from the captured booty. Muhammad’s bias towards the Quraish made it clear to his Medinan followers that he had no regard for them; he still missed his relatives, the Quraish, and was favorable of them. Hence, the Ansars lost their interest in Islam, and participated in intrigues alongside Abu Bakar and Umar. Thus, it is no surprise that many of the Ansars, after returning from the conquest of Mecca, became scattered in different groups.
    When the Ansars, dismayed by Muhammad flawed action, returned from Mecca, Abu Bakar perceived their dissatisfaction with Muhammad. This was the golden chance for Bakar and Umar to take the Ansars in confidence in pursuance of their tactical moves against Muhammad.
    Failure of Attempted Assassination of Muhammad at Tabuk
    Islamic literature informs us that when Muhammad was returning from the expedition of Tabuk, some of his companions devised a plot to kill him. They decided to hide at Aqabah, a narrow path through mountains, which Muhammad had to pass riding his camel. They planned to throw stones at his camel, so that she would be sacred and fall down from mountain along with Muhammad.
    But Muhammad’s spies got the wind that some men had already approached the area. Muhammad also recognized the 14 men, who devised the plot. Among the plotters, according to records of Shia and Bakri sects, were Abu Bakar and Umar. The plot thus failed. Allah sent down revelations targeting hypocrites (conspirators) as thus:
    And Muhammad is no more than a messenger; many were the messengers that passed away before him; if then he died or is killed, will you then turn back upon your heels? And whoever turns back upon his heels, not the least harm will he do to Allah; and Allah will reward the grateful. (Qur’an 144:3)
    Since both the Quran and other Islamic literature affirm this, the story appears authentic; more so because Muhammad stopped participating in further Jihad expeditions after Tabuk, until his mysterious death. The failed attempt of assassinating Muhammad made him scared that his life was now in danger from his own companions. He feared that if he went to Jihad, he might get killed by his own men amidst the upheavals of fighting. Thus, Allah started to reveal chapters about hypocrites condemning what the conspirators were planning against His prophet. Allah came to His prophet’s support, threatening the conspirators with catastrophic calamity.
    Muhammad was certain that something terrible would happen to him through the hands of his followers or his wives (Aisha and Hafsa). To reduce the threat and collective companionship of his opponents, he started sending the conspirators amongst Muslims away on Jihad expeditions for a certain period of time. Muhammad was sure that his opponents amongst his followers were not only against him and wanted to kill him, but also wanted to bring affliction to his son-in-law Ali and daughter Fatima.
    Muhammad Husain Haykal writes in his book:
    The Muslims did not stay long in Madinah following their return from the Farewell Pilgrimage in Makkah. The Prophet had immediately ordered the mobilization of a large army and commanded it to march on al-Sham. He sent along with that army a number of the elders of Islam, the earliest Muhajirun, among whom were Abu Bakr and Umar. He gave the command of the army to Usama ibn Zayd ibn Harithah. (The Life of Muhammad, Cairo, 1935)
    Muhammad undertook those steps, to avoid death at the hands of his followers, as he wanted that his drama of prophethood that he started at the age of forty be proven true, and to put himself in history-books as a true messenger. As Muhammad had already lost only his male-heir Abraham, he now focused on Ali ibn Abu Talib to his seat of power, if something happened to him.
    This event reflects Muhammad’s intention, given the situation that he did not want to send his trusted companions to the Jihad expedition of al-Sham; he, instead, wanted to send his opponent away, not only to ensure his safety, but also to work on nominating Ali, his son-in-law, as his successor.
    It appears that the conspiracy to end Muhammad’s life had been ripe. So, despite Muhammad’s repeated orders, the appointed army deliberately delayed the departure. Meanwhile, Muhammad fell terminally sick and the army departed only after Muhammad’s death was confirmed and the issue of succession was resolved, which went to the favor of his opponent camp of Abu Bakar and Umar. It appears that Aisha did her job well upon her father’s directions to poison her husband.
    Umar and Abu Bakar could not show him their antagonism against Muhammad openly during his lifetime. Once they were in control of the government in Medina, they were resolved not to let it fall, through miscalculation, into the hands of Ali. Had they obeyed Muhammad’s order to depart for the Jihad expedition, they would have definitely lost power to Ali through Muhammad’s stratagem.
    In fact, in Muhammad’s last days, when he was terminally ill, nearly all control was seized by Umar and Abu Bakar. Consequently, Umar, the arrogant character of the scene, dismissed all orders given by Muhammad. The issue of the pen and paper — which Muhammad had demanded in his deathbed for giving the final direction to his Ummah — was dismissed by Umar. Umar claimed that the Quran had been already declared fulfilled; therefore, there was no need of any new verses from Allah, although the prophet was still alive. To this, Umar said: the prophet has lost his mind and is uttering rubbish. Upon this, Islamic history holds records, that Muhammad uttered curses on his followers, and got them out of his room where he eventually died.
    Soon after their master’s death and before his burial, the struggle for settling the succession of power started. Abu Bakar and Umar didn’t attend the prophet’s interment, but were busy in plotting to gain power. There was protest from Muhammad’s trusted followers; but their number was small, because most knew that Muhammad was not a true prophet. As a result, Allah, Ali and his family were so weak that they couldn’t get what their prophet wanted. The death of Muhammad also proves that Allah was impotent, who couldn’t avert the situation; all he could do was watch, like a silent spectator, the revolt against His apostle unfurl. All of Allah’s swears and promises — which he kept mentioning in the verses and His boastings about his powers that He punishes those who trespassed their limits — seemed nothing but fabricated fairytales.
    It is also on record that six months after Muhammad’s death, his daughter Fatima, aged about 27-28 years, was also killed accidentally. Abu Bakar sent some men along with Umar to get Ali’s vote. Umar, known for his rough personality, broke the door of Ali’s house as he wanted to drag Ali out of his house and get his vote for Abu Bakar. Fatima, allegedly pregnant, was standing behind the door. The door, swung with brute force by Umar, and fell upon her, killing her.
    Today, no one knows where the grave of Ali and Fatima is. However, the conspirators are still buried within the vicinity of Masjid-e-Nabwi, in Medina, where their master is buried.
    After Muhammad was successfully delivered from earth, the Fadak state, given to Fatimah and Ali by the prophet, was confiscated from them. There are verified references from both the Shia and Sunni biographies.
    The murder of Fatima by Umar the 2nd caliph of Islam is very well known. This is the opinion of Altabarasi and also Sulaim bin Qays who witnessed the incident and during that time he recorded it in his book sulaym bin qays ..
    This incident can be found in
    -Biharul Anwar for Almajlessi
    -Alihtijaja for aAtabrasi
    -Kitab Sulaym bin Qays alhillali
    As for Sunni books the incident can be found in
    – History of Tabari (Arabic), v1, pp 1118-1120
    – History of Ibn Athir, v2, p325
    – al-Isti’ab, by Ibn Abd al-Barr, v3, p975
    – Tarikh al-Kulafa, by Ibn Qutaybah, v1, p20
    – al-Imamah wal-Siyasah, by Ibn Qutaybah, v1, pp 19-20
    -musnaf ibn abi shaybah
    -Muruj adh-Dhahab by Abd al-Hasan Ali ibn al-Husayn al Masudi Volume 3 page 198
    Some have said that Umar also set Ali’s house on fire, he was so infuriated he set his house on fire and broke the door on top of Fatima and killed her.
    Let’s examine what the Shia’s books say:

    1. When Shia’s Imam Mahdi (the 12th Shia Imam) comes, he will bring Prophet Mohammad’s wife, Aisha, back to life, whip her as a punishment to avenge Prophet Muhammad’s daughter, Fatima. (Al-Shafi, Vol. 2, p. 108), (Haq-ul-Yaqeen, p. 139 & 347) & (Hayat-ul-Quloob, Vol. 2, p. 901)

    2. Prophet Mohammad’s wives, Aisha and Hafsa, are accused of poisoning Prophet Mohammad. (Jila-ul-Ayoun, p. 118)

    3. Abu Bakr, Omar, Aisha & Hafsa poisoned Mohammad. (Quran Translation by Shia Scholar, Maqbool H. Dehlevi, Chap. 28, p. 894)

    4. Aisha is exposed and described negatively. (Hayat-ul-Quloob, Vol. No. 2, Page No. 879) & (Tohfa-e-Hanfia Dar Jawab Tohfa-e-Jaffria, p. 271 & p. 334)

    5. Aisha and Hafsa were hypocrite and infidel women. (Hayat-ul-Quloob, Vol. No. 2, p. 900)

    6. Aisha was a hypocrite. (Hayat-ul-Quloob, p. 867)

    7. Aisha was an infidel woman. (Hayat-ul-Quloob, Vol. No. 2, p. 726)

    8. Aisha is accused of committing adultery. (Quran Majeed by Maqbool Hussain Dehlevi, p. 840)

    9. The Truth about Aisha and prophet Mohammad’s companion, Muawiyah. (Tohfa-e-Hanfia Dar Jawab Tohfa-e-Jaffria, p. 65)

    10. Prophet Mohammad’s wife, Hafsa, was an indecent woman. (Tohfa-e-Hanfia Dar Jawab Tohfa-e-Jaffria, p. 123)

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