It's Friday...do you know hat that means for Muslims?
Muslims burning down the house just like the false and lying Prophet Muhammad told them to do....
Muhammad said: 'Let men desist from failing to attend the congregation, otherwise I will burn their houses down.'"
'DEEPLY OFFENSIVE' Napier Barracks fire – Blazing riots at migrant camp after ‘Covid row’ as Priti Patel slams ‘appalling’ destruction
A HUGE fire has broken out at an ex-army camp in Kent where migrants are being held.
The unrest at Napier Barracks in Folkestone reportedly began when the migrants discovered they would no longer be transferred to hotels following a Covid outbreak.
Priti Patel has damned the "appalling" destruction at the barracks, as flames engulf one of the blocks.
Reports at the scene suggest rioting had broken out among a small number of people living at the camp this afternoon.
It is believed violence flared after residents were told there would be no more transfers from the camp despite an outbreak in Covid cases.
Eight fire crews and police officers wearing protective gear are currently at the scene.
It is not yet known whether anyone has been injured.
The Home Secretary Priti Patel described the incident as "not only appalling but deeply offensive" to taxpayers who are "providing this accommodation while asylum claims are being processed".
In a statement released on Twitter, she wrote: “This type of action will not be tolerated and the Home Office will support the police to take robust action against those vandalising property, threatening staff and putting lives at risk."
Ms Patel went on to say the site has previously accommodated "our brave soldiers and army personnel," adding "it is an insult to say that it is not good enough for these individuals.
"I am fixing our broken asylum system, and will be bringing forward legislation this year to deliver on that commitment.”
A police spokesman told Kent Live: "We were called to a report of a disturbance at Napier Barracks in Folkestone at around 2pm today.
"There was also a report of a fire in one part of the building. Officers are at the location, along with Kent Fire and Rescue Service.
"At this stage there have been no reported injuries and enquiries remain ongoing to determine the cause of the fire and establish whether any offences have been committed".
The Covid-hit facility recently saw a flare-up of cases as 120 out of the 400 people living there were diagnosed with the virus.
The barracks has been the centre of a series of protests by the residents in recent weeks over living conditions. Source