UK police and forced conversions to Islam

Thomas Lifson
The UK Daily Mail reports that police in the UK are investigating forced conversions to Islam through intimidation, and are providing protection to young women who were physically threatened in order to obtain their conversions.
Extremist Muslims who force vulnerable teenage girls to convert to Islam are being targeted by police, Met chief Sir Ian Blair has revealed.

Police are working with universities to clamp down on "aggressive conversions" during which girls are beaten up and forced to abandon university courses.

The Hindu Forum of Britain claims hundreds of mostly Sikh and Hindu girls have been intimidated by Muslim men who take them out on dates before terrorising them until they convert.
Hat tip: N.S Rajaram
The UK Daily Mail reports that police in the UK are investigating forced conversions to Islam through intimidation, and are providing protection to young women who were physically threatened in order to obtain their conversions.
Extremist Muslims who force vulnerable teenage girls to convert to Islam are being targeted by police, Met chief Sir Ian Blair has revealed.

Police are working with universities to clamp down on "aggressive conversions" during which girls are beaten up and forced to abandon university courses.

The Hindu Forum of Britain claims hundreds of mostly Sikh and Hindu girls have been intimidated by Muslim men who take them out on dates before terrorising them until they convert.
Hat tip: N.S Rajaram