What race are Sharia laws regarding women covering their heads? I keep forgetting. In any case, it’s her word against his, but it is likely that he is telling the truth, because he is asking that the surveillance video be reviewed, which he would not be doing if it showed him to be the aggressor. Also, Aniso Abulkadir is claiming that people videoed the episode but did not step in to help. If that were true, at least some of these videos would have surfaced, but searches for “hijab” and “London Tube” on YouTube came up empty.
Not least also is the fact that there are numerous incidents of Muslims fabricating anti-Muslim hate crimes. Muslim victimhood feeds the mainstream narrative; as such, it’s a big business.
An architect has denied trying to pull a Muslim teenager’s hijab off, saying he was defending his black girlfriend.
His comments come after 18-year-old Aniso Abulkadir from Harrow, London, claimed she and her friends were racially assaulted at Baker Street Tube station yesterday morning.
The teenager shared a photo of the alleged attacker online and described how he attempted to remove her headscarf before hitting her.
Now the man in the image has identified himself on Twitter and is hitting back at the allegations after the picture went viral.
Pawel Uczciwek, 28, from London, claims he was sticking up for his girlfriend and attempting to defuse what he called a ‘racist attack from three random females’.
Mr Uczciwek wrote: ‘I would like to confirm I never hit or attacked anyone I simply defused the situation by separating them.
‘The police is fully cooperating with me and will be able to obtain CCTV footage showing the three women attempting to attack my partner because we are in an interracial relationship.’
A spokesman for the British Transport Police said they were investigating the incident and had been sent the statement from Mr Uczciwek.
Police said the first call they received was in the early hours of Saturday morning after the episode from the victim.