[SPAM] Birmingham UK: Muslims Want Roads Closed For End Of Ramadan
This is a fake post circulating with wrong claim that Birmingham UK: Muslims want roads closed for end of Ramadan. Please read more about it in the verification section of this article.
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Some Muslims wanted to break their Ramadan fast by eating on the roads. They expressed their opinions publicly here @RISE CANADA
Published on 3 Jun 2019
Verification: The video is from Switzerland and claims about Muslims and Ramadan is not true
The viral video is with misleading claims. There is no truth to the claim that has been given to the video. This is not related to Muslims and Ramadan. The video was debunked by various fact checking sites last year, still it went viral around Ramzan. Please check the truth of the viral video in the following link.
Fight in Switzerland: Basel vs. Zürich & Karlsruhe. 19.05.2018. Published on 21 May 2018 by Hooligans TV
Eyewitnesses have recorded some of Saturday night’s incidents on video. (May 19, 2018). About 90 people beat and riot after FCB match
After the championship match between Basel and Lucerne, violent clashes took place. The police arrested two Germans: You can see the clear video in this link: Read more
The fake news of attacks by Muslims in England on the roads not closed during Ramadan
The truth is that this is a group of Swiss supporters, who at the end of the Basel-Lucerne football match brought riots and violence to the streets of the Swiss town. The video was circulated, until it became viral, by some far-right exponents, who added false descriptions and misleading comments: Read more
While we are sharing the facts let us know about Ramadan and Ramzan explained by Shahwar Kibria. Shahwar Kibria is a PhD scholar at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her research interests include Sufism and contemporary film, media and contemporary post-digital audio-visual cultures.
Ramadan vs Ramzan: A linguistic difference between Arabic and Urdu, not meaning, has led to the festival’s two names
— Shahwar Kibria Maqhfi (she/her) (@ShahwarSufi) May 8, 2019
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Post Date: 6 June 2019
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