Muslim MPs sent 'Punish a Muslim Day' letters encouraging mosque bombings

Muslim MPs sent 'Punish a Muslim Day' letters encouraging mosque bombings

Muslim MPs sent 'Punish a Muslim Day' letters encouraging mosque bombings

The package contained a "low-level noxious substance", while the letter is a form one which encourages everything from verbal attacks on Muslims in the street to mosque bombings.

It is thought the package may be linked to the sick "Punish a Muslim Day" after letters were sent to Muslim families in East London and the Midlands last month.

Two people have been taken to hospital as a "precaution" after a "suspicious package" was reportedly delivered to an MP's Westminster office.

Huq, who said she was in a select committee meeting at the time of the incident, has been MP for Ealing Central and Acton since 2015.

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Urging people to join their "day of action" next month the letter reads: "They have hurt you, they have made your loved ones suffer".

Despite reports on social media, a parliamentary spokesperson said the building was not evacuated but the affected area was cordoned off while emergency services attended the scene.

Yasin won his Bedford seat from the Conservatives by 789 votes at the last general election.

The letters sparked shock and fear in communities around the U.K. Naz Shah, a parliamentarian for Bradford West-one of the communities that received the letters-called on her constituents to report any suspicious behavior to the police immediately.

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A man and a woman were yesterday taken for treatment yesterday before those packages were found to be harmless.

The London police announced on Monday that two policemen were "hospitalized" after discovering a suspicious package at the Norman Shaw Buildings, a pair of buildings in Westminster used as Parliamentary offices, reports AFP on Tuesday. Other police forces across the country called on any of those impacted to contact police forces or charities.

In response to the urgent question on the letters, UK Home office minister Victoria Atkins told MPs that the government condemns the content of the letters as "clearly abhorrent, with no place in decent society".

"Sadly, it is reflective of hate against Muslims which continues to manifest itself alongside the rise of the far-right", said the council, which represents some 2.7 million British Muslims.

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Parliament has emailed all staff, warning them to "be on the alert for suspicious items of mail".

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