Counter-terrorism officers asked eight-year-old Muslim boy to recite the Quran

Eight-year-old Adam was taken out of his class and questioned by counter-terrorism officers who asked him to recite the Quran and explain the verses.

The counter-terrorism officers then questioned Adam’s parents, when they came out with the following shocking statements:

“The Quran was the reason for 7/7 and London Bridge attacks.”

“Mosques and madrassas are places filled with many bad people including paedophiles.”

“Teachers in mosques are showing ISIS videos.”

“Parents should keep an eye on their son if he started praying differently.”

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