Saturday, February 4, 2012

The Mecca of the city: In a London street, the faithful find a way to pray as their mosque overflows

Another case of Muslims waving their asses in the face of Western civilization as a way to say "you're nothing but kuffars and we'll be ruling you soon". This goes on throughout Europe and America, but is downplayed in the media out of fear of Muslim violence. IMHO, the answer is water cannons, tear gas, arrest and prosecution for any and all laws being broken by their public disorder.


The Mecca of the city: In a London street, the faithful find a way to pray as their mosque overflows

By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 11:24 PM on 3rd February 2012

In the shadow of the glass and steel skyscrapers of London’s Square Mile, hundreds of Muslims kneel in the street for Friday prayers.

Yesterday’s hour-long service a stone's throw from the heart of the financial district proved so popular that worshippers filled the streets around the tiny community mosque.

City workers in pinstripe suits mixed with Muslims from the local Bangladeshi community, cramming into the streets beside a Bentley and other parked cars.

The Brune Street mosque, in Spitalfields, East London, is the nearest mosque for Friday prayers for many City workers and others from Brick Lane and Whitechapel.

It is a one-room community mosque with a maximum capacity of 100, so when some 300 turn up for Friday midday prayers locals have become accustomed to seeing worshippers kneeling in the surrounding streets, all facing Mecca.

One worshipper said: ‘It’s grown and grown in recent years. It started off as just one room in the mosque, but now people come from all over the City and there just isn’t the room for them in the building.

‘You get the whole community, everyone from City boys to people from the local area. It’s great being outside on a day like today, but it’s not so much fun when it rains.

‘Some people are surprised when they come into the area on a Friday – seeing that many people praying outside together is not an everyday sight in the UK.

‘You wouldn’t know unless you were looking for it, but it’s right in the middle of the City.’