A CANCER sufferer wearing a headscarf was distraught after she was racially abused on a visit to Weymouth.
Eve Spence, who is being treated for skin cancer, was wearing a scarf on her head to protect her from the sun when she said a passing motorist called her a ‘F****** Muslim’.
Retired teacher Mrs Spence, 65, said she was shocked and stunned by the outburst.
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“We are very scared. My children are frightened of going outside. Our house is like a prison,”
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Mohammed Samaana, originally from Palestine and now a UK citizen has lived in Northern Ireland for 15 years and works in a Belfast hospital.
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Sima Kotecha was reporting on the aftermath of the June 23 referendum from the town of Basingstoke when she heard someone saying “Paki”, a racist term used for South Asian origin migrants in the UK.
“In utter shock: just been called ‘p..i’ in my home town! Haven’t heard that word here since the 80s,” she later tweeted.
Meanwhile, police officers were today also investigating a possible racist attack on a Muslim butcher’s shop in the West Midlands region of England.
A worker from the Kashmir Meat and Poultry shop in Walsall was injured when a suspect walked in and hurled a bottle filled with accelerant liquid.
It left the man bruised and the shop badly fire damaged.
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A young Bristol mum has been spat on and others told to ‘go home’ amid the Brexit fall out.
One Hungarian from South Gloucestershire, who has been in the UK for 12 years, said he had always known people to be “welcoming and friendly” – until Friday.
He said: “I work hard, I’ve always paid my taxes and I fully integrated into the British way of life, with most of my friends being English.”
But since Friday I’ve been told to go back to Poland – even though I’ve never been there and I’ve been offered help packing my bags.”
Bristol hate crime and racism rises after EU referendum Brexit fall out