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article imageVideo: Britain First on the front line against Muslim extremists

By Richard Milnes     Oct 12, 2013 in World
London - One of the most notorious Muslim extremists in Britain, Abu Izzadeen, has found himself on the receiving end of several campaigns by a patriotic organisation called Britain First.
In the latest effort to put pressure on Abu Izzadeen (a.k.a. Trevor Brooks), Britain First were handing out leaflets outside the Yummy Yummy sweet shop at 158 Mile End Road in East London where he works.
During the filming of the video, Britain First Chairman Paul Golding is talking to the camera when Abu Izzadeen can be seen coming up behind him. Paul Golding then hands him one of the Britain First leaflets warning people not to shop at the Yummy Yummy sweet shop, as they will be funding Muslim extremists.
On a previous visit to the Yummy Yummy sweet shop Abu Izzadeen is alleged to have threatened and intimidated Paul Golding.
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