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'Get out of our countries' - Written on an anti-Muslim poster at UK pub

A local eatery-cum-pub in UK's Middlesex has sparked controversy after it displayed an anti-Muslim poster, pinned on the notice board that read, “Muslims, Get out of our countries”.


'Get out of our countries' - Written on an anti-Muslim poster at UK pub
A Wetherspoon pub in London,

London: A local eatery-cum-pub in UK's Middlesex has sparked controversy after it displayed an anti-Muslim poster, pinned on the notice board that read, “Muslims, Get out of our countries”.

According to a report in the IBTimes, the anti-Muslim remarks were written on an A4 sized poster that also featured an image of Lord Kitchener, synonymous with the British Army recruitment poster from the First World War.

The poster is said to be put up by a group called the Infidel Brotherhood, the report adds.

As per the report, This is what was written on the poster, “"MUSLIMS. Are you unhappy with our countries? Are you offended by our culture? Would you prefer to live under sharia law? Then we have a simple solution for you. Get the f**k out of our countries and go back to the monstrous s**tholes you came from. You can live under Muslim rule there and enjoy it as much as you like.!”.

One of the customers who regularly visits the Wetherspoon's pub said he was “disgusted” to see the racial poster when he visited thepalce on Auguist 20 with a Muslim friend.

"I was absolutely disturbed to see this vile poster on display in my local pub, let alone in the biggest pub chain in the UK. I only popped in for lunch which a friend from work who happened to be a Muslim, but we were so upset by it we were forced to leave,” the IBTimes report quotes the customer as saying.

However, the pub chain has apologised for the poster and claimed that it was put up without the knowledge of its staff, according the Mail Online.

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