It should be noted, that the “Asian” kebab shops in this article and the ones you are likely to read over the next several days have all been associated with Muslim rape gangs and pedophile grooming gangs of British girls.
It would appear that ‘Antifa’ the far left group that attacked a BNP member with a hammer and that British police admit are usually the ones who instigate violence at EDL demonstrations, have called for people to go to the area where the Kabab shops are being targeted.
Disturbances have broken out in the Heywood area of Rochdale, police have confirmed.
Gangs of youths have congregated and it is believed Asian takeaway businesses have been targeted, sources said.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: “We became aware of congregations of men gathering in Heywood this evening. We are getting some reports of disturbances.
“There has been no reports of serious injuries. The owner of one takeaway restaurant has had his car attacked.”
Police officer hurt in disturbances
A police officer was injured as disturbances broke out in the Heywood area of Rochdale.
Windows were damaged at a takeaway on Bridge Street and a number of vehicles were damaged, police said.
The officer suffered minor injuries during a disturbance with a group of youths.
Sources said earlier that gangs of youths had congregated and it was believed Asian takeaway businesses had been targeted.
Greater Manchester Police appealed to parents to ask their children to go home following the disorder.
Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney said police were aware of “tensions in the borough”.
He said: “A group of youths have attacked a local business and clashed with police officers. We would urge parents in the area to call their children if they are not home yet.
“Reassurance patrols are in place to try and mitigate this and we ask the community to act responsibly during this difficult time.
“A number of local businesses have closed of their own volition and we will continue to work closely with them.”
A police spokesman added: “We are monitoring social media sites and ask anybody who is concerned or has information to share with us to go either through their local Neighbourhood Policing Team, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by GMP using the 101 service.”