The Association of Muslim Police poster below was on display in Trafalgar Square last Saturday during the Eid Festival. The original photo of it was taken by Henrik Ræder Clausen of Europe News. I’ve removed the foreshortening to make it easier to see:
A close-up of the text in the center panel:
Henrik had this to say about it:
For those not aware of the political nature of Islam, it might come across as just a cultural amusement to see Islam still deeper entrenched in the British police force. Other countries, like Denmark and France, insist that religion has no role to play in policing. Not so in Britain.
Imagine, if you will, a police recruiting poster that read “Christians making a difference to policing.”
Not only would the Metropolitan Police never print or distribute any such texts, they would arrest anyone who did and charge him with “inciting racial or religious hatred”.
Christianity is all but unmentionable in public in the United Kingdom.
As for “assisting in the recruitment and retention of Christian staff” — what a laugh! “Guaranteeing the persecution of Christian staff” would be more accurate.
And what would happen to any officer who openly declared himself to be a practicing Jew? Would he be assigned to a beat in Tower Hamlets, maybe?
Welcome to Modern Multicultural Britain.
Thanks to an observant reader for pointing out the typo in my adapted transcript, which I have fixed.