LUTON, England (INTELLIHUB) — In March, the deputy leader of Britain First Jayda Fransen and a few of her colleagues decided to take a stroll down the street in Bury Park, a primarily Muslim district of the city, to see how Muslims reacted to the cross. Needless to say, the peaceful walk turned into a street argument when Muslims living inside the country verbally attacked Fransen and her crew for their beliefs.
“The Muslims of Luton claim they’ve taken our country from us! It seems my Christian cross really offends them!,” the deputy leader tweeted.
The Muslims of Luton claim they've taken our country from us! It seems my Christian cross really offends them! pic.twitter.com/KJOpzXBqDN
— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) March 16, 2017
“F**k you […] it’s our country!” One Muslim man told the group. “Are you jealous we are taking over?”