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A Christian from Nigerian was Arrested for Preaching the gospel in the street London, Something Later happened.

                                                                 

                                                                    
A Christian from Nigerian   was Arrested for Preaching the gospel in the street  of London, Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested in February while preaching on the street of London The 64-year-old had his Bible wrested from him as he was handcuffed and taken away by police.
Oluwole Ilesanmi welcomed the payout by the Metropolitan Police as a victory for freedom of speech after he had been wrongly accused of Islamophobia. 
The former dentist was preaching outside Southgate Tube station in North London in February when he was approached by two officers.
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He admits to having described Islam as an ‘aberration’ but insists he was simply expressing his point of view as a Christian rather than denigrating Muslims. Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested in February while preaching on the street of London Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested in February while preaching on the street of London One of the police officers claimed Mr.
Ilesanmi was disturbing the peace, saying: ‘No one wants to hear that. They want you to go away.’ Jesus Appears as Bus Driver to Muslim Pilgrim in Mecca A video of the incident taken by a passer-by shows the policeman taking the Bible away, to Mr. Ilesanmi’s visible distress.
One of the officers then says: ‘You should’ve thought about that before being racist.’ He was handcuffed before the officer gave a thumbs-up to the camera. Mr. Ilesanmi was then bundled into a police car and driven several miles away.
 There the grandfather was ‘de-arrested’ and let out of the car. However, he was not carrying any money and it was only thanks to the kindness of a stranger who gave him the necessary bus fare that he was able to get back.
Scotland Yard has now agreed to pay Mr. Ilesanmi £2,500 for wrongful arrest and his humiliating and distressing treatment. A Group of Lions Save Christians from Execution by Islamic Militants Mr. Ilesanmi told UK’s The Mail on Sunday: ‘I believe God loves everyone, including Muslims, but I have the right to say I that I don’t agree with Islam – we are living in a Christian country, after all.
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