You might’ve seen the horrid Punish a Muslim Day letters circulated to Muslim households around the UK.
The disturbing document boasted a ‘points’ system for completing brutal acts like throwing acid at followers of Islam.
Other punishments included butchering, electrocuting Muslims, and nuking holy site Mecca. It suggested that April 3 is the day to ‘help turn things around’ for Western Europe and start attacks.
In an effort to diffuse the racial and religious tension, people on Twitter suggested Love a Muslim Day as an alternative to the hate crime.
The idea is that instead of giving a platform to the bigots, you appreciate their enemy – the… Read the full story