Whilst the mainstream media are banging on about a demo that hasnt happened, yet, every week the Islamist scum are demonstrating outside the army barracks in Cobridge.
Note the comments from the UAF representative defending the rights of the protestors to demonstrate whilst attacking white peoples right to demonstrate.
UAF = ISLAMIST SUPPORTING FILTH.
Protest backs call for Islamic march
Tuesday, January 05, 2010, 09:20
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MUSLIM protesters staged a demonstration in support of a controversial Islamic group's bid to march through a town famous for honouring fallen soldiers.
Members of national web-based organisation Islam4UK want to parade through Wootton Bassett in Wiltshire to highlight the number of Muslims being killed in Afghanistan.
The group calls itself a "platform" for the extremist movement Al Muhajiroun.
Potteries-based members of Islam4UK pledged their support for the planned Wiltshire march at a specially-arranged demonstration between the TA barracks and a mosque in Waterloo Road, Cobridge, yesterday afternoon.
The hour-long rally saw seven protesters hand out leaflets damning the war in Afghanistan and CDs containing information on Islam.
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Abu Sumayyah, of Cobridge, helped organise yesterday's demonstration.
The 24-year-old, who converted to Islam five years ago, said: "The reason we have gathered here is we want people to work with us and come to the march where our voices can be heard and we are united as Muslims.
"The reason for having it in Wootton Bassett is because of the attention it will bring us so people can hear our voices.
"When people talk about Iraq and Afghanistan, soldiers are honoured as heroes, but what about the Muslims that are being killed?
"We want to be the voices of the Muslims and the people that have been forgotten about.
"We aren't going to Wootton Bassett to be disrespectful. We just want to get our message across.
"We want the troops taken out of places like Iraq and Afghanistan and for them to leave the Muslims be."
A megaphone was passed around the protesters who each took it in turn to speak about the plight of Muslims in war-torn countries.
Abu Saif, aged 18, of Cobridge, said: "We want to educate people."
Protester Abu Bosher, aged 25, from Cobridge, said: "Marching in Wootton Bassett will get more attention than if we did it anywhere else.
Islam4UK's desire to march through Wootton Bassett has led to protests.
Leader Anjem Choudary said the parade would be peaceful, with "symbolic coffins" being carried to honour Muslim victims.
But Home Secretary Alan Johnson said the planned march filled him with "revulsion" and backed calls for it to be banned.
But demonstrator Abu Bara, aged 25, from Cobridge, said: "People say to us if we don't like it then we should go home, but which country can we go back to? They are occupied by troops."
Taxi driver Azad Yaseen, aged 28, from Northwood, said: "I saw the demonstrators as I drove past and I wanted to see what they were talking about.
"I don't think a march would make anything better, or improve relations as we have to live side-by-side."
Lloyd Cooke, aged 48, director of Saltbox Christian Centre in Hanley, said: "While we live in a democracy where we pride both freedom of speech and expression, some protests can only serve to cause greater offence to many people and possibly discourage community relations."
Jim Cessford, aged 44, former chairman of the North Staffordshire Campaign Against Racism and Fascism group, referred to the English Defence League's plans to protest in Stoke-on-Trent on January 23 to oppose Islamic extremism.
He said: "If it is right for the English Defence League to protest, then it is right for these people to protest.
"But why they feel it is necessary to go and demonstrate stems from the mess made by the British Government."