UK, Birmingham: Teen left in coma after savage attack in Birchfield Road, Aston

Teen left in coma after savage attack in Birchfield Road, Aston:

A teenager was left in a coma after he was beaten up and left for dead in a brutal street attack.

The 17-year-old was rushed to hospital with life-threatening head and neck injuries after he was found in Birchfield Road, Aston .

He is still in hospital more than a month after the attack and West Midlands Police said it was unclear whether he would ever fully recover.

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Islam in the Heart of England and France

Islam in the Heart of England and France:

  • “There are plenty of private Muslim schools and madrasas in this city. They pretend that they all preach tolerance, love and peace, but that isn’t true. Behind their walls, they force-feed us with repetitive verses of the Qur’an, about hate and intolerance.” — Ali, an 18-year-old of French origin, whose father was radicalized.
  • “In England, they are free to speak. They speak only of prohibitions, they impose on one their rigid vision of Islam but, on the other hand, they listen to no-one, most of all those who disagree with them.” — Yasmina, speaking of extremist Muslims in the UK.
  • “Birmingham is worse than Molenbeek” — the Brussels borough that The Guardian described as “becoming known as Europe’s jihadi central.” — French commentator, republishing an article by Rachida Samouri.

The city of Birmingham in the West Midlands, the heart of England, the place where the Industrial Revolution began, the second city of the UK and the eighth-largest in Europe, today is Britain’s most dangerous city. With a large and growing Muslim population, five of its electoral wards have the highest levels of radicalization and terrorism in the country.

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