A Muslim with two priors for racist attacks went before a judge for an incident where a young mother was taking a walk with her nine month old infant, when Rezzas Abdulla leaned into the stroller and spit on the baby, telling the mother, Rebecca Telford that “White people shouldn’t breed.”
Hairdresser Rebecca Telford, 25, was walking her baby, Layla-Jean, in South Shields last January when she was approached by Rezzas Abdulla, 33, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Prosecutor Emma Dowling told the court: “He leant into the pushchair and spat into the face of her daughter.
“As he did so, he shouted or said “white people shouldn’t breed”.”
Telford confronted Abdulla but he simply told her to “shut the fuck up” and walked off, leaving her stunned, the Daily Mail has reported. She tried to take a picture but was too shocked.
Miss Dowling told the court that Abdulla’s spit was “sprayed around” Layla-Jean’s face, and that her mother had to be handed a tissue by a passer-by to wipe it off.
The baby was taken to the hospital and tested to make sure she wasn’t harmed or that Abdulla didn’t give her anything in the way of diseases.
Despite this being his third offence for racism, Abdulla will not serve a single day for the attack. He received an eight month sentence to be dropped if he stays out of trouble for the next year and a half.
The judge decided Abdulla is mentally ill. Well, so are many Islamic terrorists and all liberals, but that shouldn’t protect them from paying for their crimes.
Telford commented on the case after the judge’s decision:
“South Shields is really multicultural, and I have never witnessed anything like this before, between any races.”
“It was horrifying. I am glad he has been brought to justice, but I think he has got off lightly.”
“I am not racist at all but I honestly think if it was the other way round and I had been abusive towards him, then I would have been treated differently.”
“Layla-Jean was just nine months old. She did not have a clue what was going on, but she was still distressed.”
“I phoned the doctor and I was told that Layla-Jean might need to have a BCG injection, in case she had contracted TB.”
“Normally kids don’t get vaccinated until they are much older, and it would have been a lot for her to go through.”
“Luckily, it wasn’t necessary in the end, but it put me through a lot of worry and stress.”
“I wasn’t sure if the police would take what had happened seriously, because it wasn’t physically violent, but they were fantastic, and managed to catch him within a few days.”