WATCH Muslims saving lives at London’s Grenfell Tower fire

On June 13 a deadly fire gutted down London’s 24-storey residential Grenfell Tower and killed 70 residents, mostly belonging to lower middle class. As the death toll climbs, so the anger. Much of it is being directed at Tory PM Theresa May for negligence and government’s plan to turn the Grenfell Tower into a luxury residential building for the wealthy class. Some people even believe (watch video below) that it’s an inside job just like the Manchester terrorist attack and the London Bridge shooting.

One investigative British site claimed that Grenfell Tower demolition was an inside job just like the Building 7 demolition on September 11, 2001 (watch video below).

The residents said that many more people would have died if it had not been Islamic month of fasting (Ramadan). “These Muslim boys helped us,” said residents (watch video below).

Muslims were among the first people on the scene as people were being evacuated and eyewitness accounts have corroborated that many sought to hand out food and clothes to the victims of the fire.

Shekeb Neda, 24, a recent mechanical engineering graduate from Kingston University carried his disabled mother Flora, 55, on his back through smoke down 24 flights of stairs right to the bottom of Grenfell Tower. His mother who suffers from a chronic muscle ­disease collapsed from the smoke which entered their home.

On Friday, thousands of Londoners took to street demanding swift action from Theresa May government.

Chants of We want justice! rang out as Londoners made their way into Kensington town hall, where they demanded answers from those responsible for ensuring the maintenance of building safety standards.

Theresa May was close to the scene, but she soon had to be rushed away under heavy police guard as protestors chanted May must go! and Shame on you!

The demonstration was in response to Mustafa Almansur, a Bangladeshi Muslim who hosts TV show ISLAM IN FOCUS.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince William visited Grenfell Tower in order to show their sympathy for the fire victims.

Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn met with the victims of the fire and demanded that the empty homes of rich people in Kensington to be seized for the Grenfell Tower residents who have been made homeless by the fire.


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