Crazies march today; real demo this Sunday
The family of the two men arrested in the raid a week ago are urging Muslims not to take part in a march organised by “al-Ghurabaa”, an off-shoot of al-Muhajiroun, according to this report in today’s Guardian. Ghurabaa spokesman Abu Musa believes about 100 people will turn up to “voice the anger and concern at the targeting of Muslims”; the family have issued a statement, to be read out in mosques after today’s jumu’ah prayers, urging Muslims to boycott the march, and attend a demonstration outside Scotland Yard this Sunday, which is organised by the Muslim Association of Britain, the 1990 Trust, Respect, who have distanced themselves from Yvonne Ridley’s “don’t co-operate” rhetoric, and other well-known Muslim organisations.
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