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'I was doing my duty as a Muslim,' says father who handed out leaflets saying gay people should be hanged
by Lucy Buckland
A father has told a court he was only doing his duty as a Muslim by handing out leaflets calling for gay people to be executed.
Kabir Ahmed, 28, said he handed a leaflet called Death Penalty? to a policeman and stuffed them through letterboxes across Derby because he was spreading the word of God as taught by Islam.
He said: 'My intention was to do my duty as a Muslim, to inform people of God's word and to give the message on what God says about homosexuality.'
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