Muslim Patrol Cars

PUBLISHED: 8:11 PM 1 Jan 2019

New York City Patrol Cars Get “Muslim” Addition

The cars looks shockingly like NYPD cruisers, but have jettisoned ‘courtesy, professionalism, and respect.’

A Muslim Community Patrol car spotted in New York has caused a social media frenzy.

Social media is ablaze with the latest ‘police’ cars patrolling in New York City. Although they look remarkably like New York Police Department cruisers, there is a stunning difference.

The Ford Tauras, painted white with blue trim and blue lettering, doesn’t have the same words as a standard police car. It is in fact, a Muslim Community Patrol vehicle.

Yep. Sharia compliance comes to New York?

Instead of NYPD spelled out on the front door, the vehicle has the letters MPC.

And in place of the CRM acronym on the rear doors, which stands for “Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect,” this car has MCP, writing “Muslim Community Patrol.”

According to the New York Post, the group behind the security detail is based in Staten Island and is patrolling Muslim enclaves in the city.

Although this isn’t the first time a religious community has organized security detail in the city, many people remark that Muslim patrols could help institute sharia law compliance.

New York’s Orthodox Jewish and Asian communities have private security details in the past, but those cars were not made to look exactly like official police vehicles.

Many people fear MCP represents “creeping Sharia,” and mention East London’s Muslim patrol, which has targeted adults who dare to drink alcohol, as well as women who aren’t properly covered.

The vehicle in question was recently spotted cruising along Fifth Avenue, in Brooklyn’s Bay Ridge, home to an expanding Muslim population.

“Calls to the Staten Island-based group, which, according to state records, was incorporated last month, went unanswered Sunday.”

Why do they have to hide what they’re doing? Why does the car look exactly like NYPD cruisers?

Many people recognize that the apathy many New Yorkers have for anything that doesn’t immediately concern them will eventually bring serious trouble.

Allowing this sort of sharia-based patrol to exist, they argue, is just another step in caliphate.