Hundreds Of People Lash Out At "Punish A Muslim Day" By Forming Human Chains Around Mosques In London
On 4th April 2018
#5 Letters Of Love Sent Throughout The Country, Encouraging Londoners To Pass A Smile Towards Muslims
Matthew Guest, author and sociologist of religion at Durham University, was also part of the human chain outside the mosque. Mr Guest said, "Great to be part of human chain of solidarity stretching around Newcastle Central Mosque."
Including these, letters of spreading love were also sent throughout the country against the hateful letters. Setting up an example, the letters promised rewards for people who smiled at Muslims or give them a flower and 2500 points for the person who bought a Muslim family on a trip to Mecca.
#6 Where There Is Hate, There Is Love
People forming a human chain around the mosque also held banners carrying messages of peace, love and acceptance. By the end of the day, it was reported that two reports of hate crime have been reported. Thanks to all the UK citizens who stepped out just in time to fight against hate and racism and their actions of solidarity and love have not only stopped from any sort of tragic accident from happening but has also shown all these haters that their efforts of creating chaos and hate among people is definitely not going to work.