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Muslim Women Are Being Told To Stay Inside Following “Punish Muslim Day” Today!

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Punish Muslim Day is today, April 3rd. All around the United Kingdom the Muslim women are being told to stay indoors and avoid wearing hijab as this purge is going on in the country.

As a few days back we broke the news of an event called Punish a Muslim Day is going to take place in the United Kingdom. Letters were dispatched back in that day telling the people that whoever will murder any Muslims will earn rewards, which was clearly stated in the letter.

Muslims living in the United Kingdom were scared of this day and now it’s upon them today Muslim women have been told not to step out of their homes and do not carry headscarves if they do. They have also been restricted to pick up or send theirĀ children to the schools as there is a life-threatening situation is going on.

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Whatsapp of all the Islamic community is circulating the messages to lock their doors properly and do not open the door if any unknown person arrives.

That WhatsApp text says: “isn’t always a funny story its ill plan they have got a pointing device where they may b giving factors and reporting on a site with vids and many others punishments include starting up hijabs…beating up or even acid throwing. may additionally Allah protect us”

The rewards listed in that letter are as follows;

punish muslim day
Source: DailyMail

The police all around the United Kingdom is on high alert today as this letter is being widespread all around the United Kingdom. Police have announced that if any person sees any suspicious activity today should report to their local police as soon as they can as anything bad can lead to killing a lot of people in the United Kingdom, because of this all the Muslims living there are scared and staying at home today!

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