She consulted with the Muslim community about how to police the streets during the Muslim holiday of Eid, and decided the main focus will be on those pesky British patriots who might have the audacity to walk through Manchester during Eid.
The police cars kept coming. The cops were totally confused, because they didn’t know how to proceed and the protesters kept insisting that they had a right to free speech and they didn’t attack or offend anybody. In the end the police found the simplest solution – they told everybody to get out of there. Nobody got arrested.
A series of dramatic arrests in London may have averted a large-scale Islamic terror attack similar to Westgate Mall massacre in Nairobi. Armed police – part of a
counter-terrorism unit – arrested four men in what was reported as "pre-planned, intelligence-led” raids.
Evening Standard 15 October 2013
By Lindsay Watling
An award-winning film about a south London honour killing is being used to train police.
Banaz: A Love Story, a low-budget film by former pop star Deeyah Khan, picked up the Emmy for best international documentary earlier this month.
It is the account of the murder of Banaz Mahmod, who was killed in 2006 by her Iraqi-Kurd family. They accused her of dishonouring them by leaving her abusive husband and later falling for another man.