Published On: Tue, Sep 27th, 2016

UK: Muslim preacher calls woman in skinny jeans ‘slut’, threatens to bomb her house

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UK Muslim preacher calls woman in skinny jeans ‘slut’, threatens to bomb her houseMuslim preacher who branded a woman in skinny jeans a slut then shouted ‘the Queen a terrorist’ is found guilty of racial abuse

  • Confrontation took place in central Birmingham in July this year
  • She said he criticised her tight jeans and shouted ‘Satan’ and ‘slut’
  • Police arrested him the next day and he unleashed a rant about the Queen
  • Jobless preacher denied the charges but was found guilty today

The man was caught on tape saying ‘the Queen of England is a terrorist’ and has been found guilty of racial abuse.

Birmingham: A UK court found an Islamic street preacher guilty of racial abuse for verbally abusing a Muslim woman on the street, because she was wearing skinny jeans.

According to a report in Daily Mail, the accused, Krissoni Henderson had called Noor Alneaimi a ‘slut’ while she was walking by Birmingham’s New Street on July this year. He did not stop at that and even threatened to blow her house up.

‘You shall burn in hell, look at your jeans they are so tight. You will burn in hell for wearing such clothes,’ he told Noor.

When Noor reacted to his abuse and said she would report him to the police, he said, ‘they can’t do anything. I am going to come down your house and blow up you and your house.’

The court was shown a video where Henderson was seen shouting ‘You’re all terrorists’ and ‘the Queen of England is a terrorist’, while he was being taken away by the police.

Noor had told the court she was not the sole target of Henderson’s verbal abuse. He allegedly called many other women ‘prostitutes’ for donning western clothes and also called branded the ‘kaafir’.

“I was dressed in Western clothes so I don’t think he thought I was a Muslim,” Noor said, claiming that Henderson had been targeting white women.

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