'Smite disbelievers at the neck' said Muhammed.
Hatun Tash was stabbed in the face whilst in London's Hyde Park on Sunday, Tash later said she believed the attacker's "intention was clearly to kill me".
Ms Tash, a former Muslim who converted to Christianity, said that she has been verbally and physically attacked in the past while preaching at Speakers' Corner at the park.
Speakers' Corner was once known for being a place where people could express their opinions freely, but has for the last two years, been almost exclusively controlled by a Muslim mob who spout Islamic doctoring and are verbally and physically aggressive to anyone who questions them, all whilst police look on, doing nothing.
It was only a matter of time before this mob turned violent, and it was inevitable that Ms Tash would be a victim as she has attended speakers' corner on numerous occasions prior to Sunday's incident. Ms Tash, a former Muslim who converted to Christianity, said that she has been verbally and physically attacked in the past whilst at Speakers' Corner, but that this incident was the worst to date.
Ms Tash collapsed with blood running down her face after being stabbed by an unknown muslim attacker. Ms Tash said "I can’t believe this has happened in broad daylight at Speakers’ Corner. You do not expect such things to happen in Great Britain."
She claimed a lack of action from police directly contributed to being knifed.
"My attacker was not even afraid of the police as he did it right in front of them," she said.
"It is heartbreaking that we live in a society where police do not want to arrest a Muslim for fear of being called ‘Islamophobic.’”
Two weeks before she was stabbed, Ms Tash started legal proceedings against the Met Police over allegations of false arrest and imprisonment. Ms Tash is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre with her legal action against the police, claiming she was illegally held in December, and again in May, in relation to clashes with groups of Muslims.
In relation to Ms Tash's claims, a Met Police spokesman said: "We can confirm the MPS is in receipt of a claim made by a woman in her 30s in relation to interaction with police on two occasions. "It would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage."
The force also confirmed no arrests have been made.
A video of the stabbing filmed by a witness shows a large group of people standing in the park. Suddenly a man runs towards Ms Tash and stabs her before fleeing in the opposite direction. Officers then arrive and help the victim, while others chase the attacker.
The man filming the clip says: “What did I just witness, oh my God.”
The attacker, dressed in black, sprinted off after the stabbing, with police and members of the public chasing him. Officers recovered a knife near the scene of the attack, but failed to apprehend the suspect. but no arrests have been made. The Muslim crowd was not disbursed and continued to talk about their religion be one of peace.