Heard the one about the Muslim race relations worker found guilty of racist abuse against white British people?? Seriously you couldn’t make this shit up.
Muslim Shafiq Mohammed is employed in the very lucrative race relations industry supporting those claiming asylum in the UK. Finding them a nice house to live in and sorting their benefits out and making sure they are nicely settled. He was arrested for racially abusing 4 white Scottish people and resisting arrest.
Only days after the horrendous massacre of innocents in Paris committed by Muslim savages. Leftist do gooders, Muslims and pro refugee groups organised a ‘Welcome to Scotland’ rally for 150 Syrian asylum seekers arriving in Ayrshire. Racist Muslim Shafiq Mohammed was one of those at the rally welcoming his fellow Muslims to their new home.
Concerned by events in Paris, given that many of those involved in the attack were people who had arrived in Europe as asylum seekers. A counter protest was arranged by local people worried about the negative effect 150 Muslim males landing on your doorstep may have. The 3 men and 1 woman who were the victims of Shafiq Mohammed’s racist hate crime were part of this group.
Race relations worker guilty of racist abuse at refugee rally
28 October 2016
- From the section Glasgow & West Scotland
A race relations worker has been convicted of racially abusing a group of Scots at a rally to welcome Syrian refugees to Scotland.
Shafiq Mohammed, 50, was also found guilty of resisting arrest at a demonstration in Monkton, South Ayrshire, on 15 November 2015.
The former Scottish Refugee Council worker broke through a police cordon to verbally abuse a woman and three men.
The rally took place hours after the Paris terrorist attacks.
Ayr Sheriff Court heard how tempers flared among members of the Scottish Defence League and pro-refugee demonstrators.
It followed 150 refugees being granted emergency accommodation at the Ayrshire town’s Adamton Country House Hotel.
Mohammed denied behaving in a racially aggravated manner which was intended to cause alarm and distress.
He claimed the four witnesses had conspired to make up the allegations against him.
Sheriff Robert Weir QC found him guilty on both charges and sentence was deferred.
The court heard Mohammed had previously worked for property firm Orchard & Shipman, which has been paid more than £60m to house refugees in Scotland.
He is currently involved in the Asylum Seeker Housing (ASH) Project – an organisation campaigning on asylum seeker housing issues in the west of Scotland.