It has been reported by The Independent that a Muslim doctor and her sister challenged two pro-ISIS hate preachers at their stall in Oxford Street, London. The purpose of the stall was to rally support for the extremists.
The sisters took photos of the propaganda on display and submitted it to police who then convicted Ibrahim Anderson, 38, and Shah Jahan Khan, 62. Both men now face prison time.
Two ISIS extremists jailed after two Muslim women refused to stand for Oxford Street rants and sent pic of leaflets to police
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Despite the women being abused by the men and called “khuffar”, and insultive word to denote non-Muslims, the women persisted in their confrontation. The confrontation become especially heated when they revealed they were Iraqi Shi’ites.
Prosecutor Mark Seymour said “the ginger man”, referring to Anderson, said Shia Muslims were not “real Muslims” and told the sisters to “go die” because they were Shia.
Anderson was also found guilty of possessing information useful for terrorism.
Thanks to the images provided by the sisters, police were able to easily identify the ginger-bearded Anderson, and raided his home, where they found instructions on travel to Syria.