In the Islamic Republic of Great Britain, ‘watching’ a Qur’an-burning video can get you arrested

In a disturbing development, Northumbria Police in Gateshead last week arrested two men after they watched and shared a video on Facebook of a man burning the Qur’an in the U.S. during the recent 9/11 commemoration at Ground Zero in New York.

The men were drinking in the Bugle pub, Leam Lane, Gateshead, when they were arrested after watching and sharing the videos.

Around 30 people staged a protest outside Gateshead police station on Wednesday evening, the 15th of September, following the arrests. The group stood outside the doors to the police station with an England flag for about three hours watched by a contingent of uniformed officers.The protesters had gathered at around 8pm after the two men were arrested earlier in the day on ‘suspicion of inciting racial hatred’. (Since when is Islam a race?)

The protest continued until around 11pm when the two arrested men were bailed pending further enquiries.

Youtube has now removed all footage of Derek Fenton burning the Koran. (So far, the one I posted below is still up at YouTube) Of course, if he had burnt the Stars and Stripes (or any other flag or religious book) the video would still be available. Double standards by Youtube, perhaps? (YouTube is owned by the IslamoFascist sympathizers at Google)  Civil Liberty H/T Maria