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Angry Cape Flats Muslims marched on Parliament yesterday to "implore" government to act against drug dealers and gangsters plaguing their communities.
Chanting "Down with merchants, down with drug lords", the Muslims, mostly from the Mitchell's Plain area, which has been engulfed in violence in the past month.
Locals attacked the homes of suspected drug dealers after a popular anti-drug campaigner, Abduraghman Sydow, was shot dead last month outside the house of an alleged drug dealer. Police had been deployed to protect the homes of the suspected drug dealers.
Yesterday, Fasieg Adams, the imam of a mosque in Lentegeur, accused government officials of not doing much to curb the widespread use of drugs.
Adams' comments come in the wake of the highly addictive drug, tik gaining popularity.
He said poverty and unemployment were also rife in Mitchell's Plain.
Adams and other residents handed over a memorandum to chief state law advisor Enver Daniels, who would then forward it to the justice ministry.