MQI UK spokesman Shahid Mursaleen said that “We have always supported the idea of banning extreme individuals and extremist groups from working in this country and have for a very long time been frustrated that they have been allowed to infiltrate universities and mosques to promote a message of hatred with their anti-west agendas.”

MQI UK spokesman and event organiser Shahid Mursaleen said that “We have organised this seminar to highlight the current issue of youth radicalisation at British Universities, which has for long been ignored. We have for a very long time been frustrated by the fact that extremist groups have been allowed to infiltrate British universities and mosques to promote a message of hatred like Anjem Choudry’s hate-drama of last week”

Speaking at the conference MYL leader Mr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri said, "Extremism has no Religion and people who are have an extreme and political agenda do not represent the British Muslims in the UK. This march only fuels hate crime against innocent youth British Muslims.” He added that “Effects of capitalism and poverty increases frustration which has some proven links to promote radicalism.”

LONDON. Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK (MQI UK) has expressed deep concern over the announcement by an extremist group to hold a march at Wooton Basset. MQI UK's spokesperson Shahid Mursaleen said that this group is known to consist of members who are known extremists and trouble makers including their leader Anjem Choudary.