A number of disturbing videos showing self-styled Muslim "vigilantes" patrolling areas of London in an effort to implement Islamic Law have gone viral internationally.
The most recent video shows two hooded men haranguing a homosexual who apparently was wearing make up.
"Mate, don't you know this is a Muslim area?" one of them begins. "What's wrong with your face?"
The men continue to hassle the victim, walking closely on each side, telling him he can’t be “dressed like a f**” in that part of town and needs to “get out.”
"Get out of here quicker. You're dirty, mate," one of them says, soon forcing the victim to call himself "dirty."
Watch the entire video via The U.K. Telegraph, below:
The video comes on the heels of a series of others, one of which, titled "The Truth About Saturday Night," calls women "naked animals with no self-respect."
The clip shows the vigilantes going up to a series of people after a night on the town, forcing them to give up their drinks or step away from the local mosque. After they succeed, the sound of an explosion is played.
A little over 2 minutes into the video, a girl says she is "appalled" by their behavior.
"This is Great Britain! Women have rights as well," she says, insulting the "vigilantes."
"Vigilantes implementing Islam upon your own necks," the man corrects.
Watch the entire video via The BBC, below (start at around 30 seconds to skip the dramatic introduction):
Another clip shows the Islamists burning and blacking out H&M advertisements.
"The Muslims have taken upon themselves to command the good and forbid the evil, and cover up these naked women allahu akbar, allahu akbar," one man says.
This video has less personal aggression, but contains noteworthy insight since the "Muslim patrol" are explaining their actions throughout:
Two have been arrested in connection with the videos so far, according to The BBC, and the Scotland Yard is investigating.
"We have also been speaking to local community leaders and influential people, local businesses and the local authority about the issue and what is being done, and can be done, to address it," a Metropolitan police spokesman added.
And apparently the East London Mosque has already condemned the videos.
"The actions of this tiny minority have no place in our faith nor on our streets. We will monitor the situation closely and our Imams will be speaking out against such actions."