FOREST Gate's Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK centre today says it "strongly condemns" the planned march by an "extremist group" at Wootton Bassett whose town folk who have turned out in their hundreds to honour fallen British servicemen as their coffins arrive from Iraq and Afghanistan. Minhaj-ul-Quran, based on Romford Road, whose stated vision is to promote religious moderation, peace, love, harmony and modern Islamic sciences pays tribute to the dead British soldiers. Spokesperson Shahid Mursaleen said he urges Prime Minister Gordon Brown to take "necessary steps" to ban the protest march "as it will only create trouble and fuel hate crime against innocent law abiding British Muslims" and put the leaders under house-arrest.

Young Muslims at an anti-radicalism conference in Bradford have condemned the planned march by a controversial Islamic group at Wootton Bassett. Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK’s Muslim Youth League urged extremists to stop promoting hatred at the conference, held at the Manningham Mills Community Centre.

MUSLIM youth leaders gathering in Sheffield have called on Islamic extremists to stop promoting hatred in British universities.The Muslim Youth League conference at Sheffield Hallam University comes just a few weeks after a former London student tried to blow up an American plane. Nigerian terrorist Umar Abdulmutallab had been active in extremist groups while studying at University College London, it emerged after the Christmas Day attack.

Shahid Mursaleen, of Minhaj-ul- Quran International UK, said: “The Government must ensure that the law-abiding British Muslim youth do not fall prey to such extremists.” In remarks designed to cause maximum offence, Choudary compared fallen British heroes to Nazis and said 500 of his radical group Islam4UK would carry symbolic coffins in memory of the Muslim civilians “murdered by merciless” coalition forces.

More Articles ...