UK: Bristol police step up patrols to combat “Islamophobia” after Berlin jihad attack

UK: Bristol police step up patrols to combat “Islamophobia” after Berlin jihad attack, Jihad Watch

Because everyone knows that the first and only victims of every jihad terror attack are Muslims, and that the main responsibility of non-Muslim authorities after every such attack is to make sure that no one associates it with Islam, and that there is plenty of news about how the Muslim community is bracing for a “backlash” that never materializes.

But this is bordering on self-parody. If Britain isn’t finished, it sure does want people to think it is.


“Bristol police step up patrols to combat Islamophobia after Berlin Christmas market attack,” by L_Churchill, Bristol Post, December 21, 2016:

Police in Bristol have stepped up patrols in the city centre due to concerns about Islamophobia in the wake of the Berlin terror attack.

The Christmas markets in the German city were the target of a terrorist attack on Monday where a lorry was driven into crowds of people, killing 12 and injuring another 48.

Since then mounted police officers, bobbies on the beat and PCSOs have been spotted around the Bristol Christmas market in Broadmead.

Chief Superintendent Jon Reilly, area commander for Bristol, confirmed patrols had been increased in the city centre.

He said: “Following previous terror attacks across mainland Europe we have seen an increase in the number of reported Islamophobic hate crimes in the Avon and Somerset area.

“We have subsequently increased patrols in areas of Bristol which have high footfall in order to provide additional reassurance and to act as a visible deterrent. We also hope it will aid and encourage reporting of any hate crimes or incidents should they occur.

“We want those who are victims of hate crime to feel confident in the belief that we’ll take their reports seriously, protect them and make sure they get all the support they need….

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