Worshipping whistleblowers have revealed that a mosque in Huddersfield, England, has consistently skirted the China virus lockdown measures after it was shut down following two members of the mosque’s management contracting the virus.
A local source said that the mosque had held secret prayer services over the past week, despite management’s claims that the mosque was shut after one worshipper died of coronavirus and a member of the management has been hospitalised with the virus.
The source supplied the local YorkshireLive news outlet photo and video evidence allegedly showing the staff at the mosque who are responsible for implementing a track and trace system failing to abide by social distancing and mask requirements. The whistleblower also said that Imam Umar Hayat and other members of the management had not implemented proper safety restrictions.
He said that the imam, as well as many other members of the mosque, have been in close