Controversy and outrage have been sparked after the Doe Bank Park Attack video went viral on social media. The video shows an Islamic family suffering a racial attack during a Black Country Park picnic. Meanwhile, an Islamic organization, The Union of Muslim Organizations opened up in response to the incident that happened at Doe Bank Park located in Pheasey, Walsall. According to the reports, this news now has been making headlines on every social media platform such as Twitter, Reddit, and TikTok where millions of people have watched it and condemned the people who assaulted the family and used racial slurs against them. Stick with this page and must go through it till the end. Swipe down the page and take a look below.
Doe Bank Park Attack Video
The incident in question reportedly took place on Sunday evening at around 7 pm in Doe Bank Park where two people were attacked during a picnic. Reportedly, the Islamic family was left with head and facial injuries. The incident was caught on camera and now the footage is going viral on the internet. Mohammad Arif who is the Interim chair of the Union of Muslim Organisations said the attack and news of a video making rounds was disturbing the community. Keep reading this article for more details.
Mohammad Arif further said, “The video has been circulating in the Muslim Community and UMO’s Mosque WhatsApp. It is very disturbing for the Muslim Community. Feelings and tensions are running high. As a Community, we will not tolerate racism or Islamophobia. I am pleased that Walsall Police have arrested the individuals and have launched an investigation.” Reportedly, the matter has been discussed with the Peasey Ward Councillors Mike Bird, Adrian Andrew, and Chris Towe. Nevertheless, the Cabinet Member Cllr. Garry Perry is also aware of the incident as he is holding the portfolio covering Community Safety. Continue reading this article.
Has any arrest been made by West Midlands Police in connection with this incident? Yes, West Midlands Police have confirmed the arrest of four men aged between 38 and 58. Furthermore, the four men are being held on suspicion of assault and using racial slurs. They are still in custody for questioning. A spokesperson for West Midlands Police said we have arrested four men after a family was racially abused and attacked by a group armed with weapons at Doe Bank Park in Pheasey, Walsall. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.