UK police force promotes Islamophobia Awareness Month using logo featuring ISIS hand gesture

The upraised index finger is known worldwide as a signal of allegiance to ISIS. The Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend) company has ties to “extremists.” It’s clear that Bedfordshire Police Force were played. It epitomizes how the entire British government is being manipulated and deceived by those who intend to impose Sharia in Britain.

Muslims at Brooklyn College using the Islamic State hand signal when I spoke there last year.

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“Police force deletes its Twitter posts promoting Islamophobia Awareness Month after using a logo similar to a hand gesture popular with ISIS jihadis,” by Sam Tonkin, Mailonline, November 16, 2016:

A police force has deleted Twitter posts about Islamophobia Awareness Month after users pointed out its logo was similar to a hand gesture popular with ISIS jihadis.

Bedfordshire Police defended its use of the logo by saying it was done ‘in good faith’ in support of a campaign led by Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend).

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The force has since confirmed to MailOnline that the logo was produced by Mend, a not-for-profit company accused in the past of having links to extremists.

Bedfordshire Police tweeted its support for the annual campaign yesterday afternoon but removed the offending social media posts today after a public outcry.muslims-brooklyn-college-copy-748x600

However, Mend has since called on the force to reconsider its decision, adding: ‘We would not consider removing symbols such as the crucifix or St George’s cross from use in national campaigns simply because they are frequently abused by far right and Neo Nazi movements.’

The logo features a hand with the index finger pointing upwards, a favoured gesture of followers of ISIS in propaganda photographs.

But Mend say the finger is a common symbol for the letter ‘I’ which represents Islamophobia.

Despite this explanation, hundreds of Twitter and Facebook users pointed out the ISIS connection to Bedfordshire Police, with one accusing the force of ‘naivety’….

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