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mahfuja
08-19-2009, 08:15 PM
In a few weeks time, football hooligans, far right extremists and Islamophobes will be descending on Luton with one simple goal – to whip up fear, religious tension and violence. And you won’t be surprised to hear that the BNP are involved.

Help us stop this violent protest!

Please click on this link and send a message to the Home Secretary, Alan Johnson and Bedfordshire’s Chief Constable, Gillian Parker, calling on them to stop this dangerous event.

http://action.hopenothate.org.uk/page/speakout/luton

If you wish to use a generic message then you can copy and paste the one below insha'Allah. Please spread this message far and wide.

To whom ever it may concern,
As you are probably aware, a right wing group have organised an anti Islamic march in Luton on Bank holiday. The last time the anti-Islam protesters marched in Luton, gangs of thugs stormed the predominantly Muslim area of the town, smashing up cars and shopfronts along the way - and forcing law abiding men and women to flea or fight to safeguard their homes and families. Riot police had to be deployed and 35 people were arrested. We can't let this happen again.

We only have to remember how BNP supporters triggered the Oldham riot in 2001 to realise the consequences of these actions. We must stop this - we can't let these thugs take control of our streets even for a single moment.

The BNP are actively involved in this protest because they know that whipping up violence and inter-community tension can only benefit them. Chris Renton, a BNP super activist, has helped the hooligans with their website. Marlene Guest, who stood as a BNP Euro candidate in June, will be attending and recently spoke at a local anti Islam gathering. And Martyn Page, treasurer of the BNP's Broxtowe group, has boosted about bringing "hundreds" of people to the anti-Islamic event. The key organiser of the protest has also admitted to attending BNP meetings.

Our society is based on rights and responsibilities - and we have a duty to protect our communities from these organised, violent thugs hence we urge you to put a stop to this violent gathering.
Thank you for your time and I hope this request will be taken into serious consideration.

With Kind regards.


JazakAllah khair.

Insha'Allah together united we can make a difference.
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mahfuja
08-19-2009, 09:47 PM
* once you click participate they also provide you with a generic message or you can write you own. :)
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GuestFellow
08-19-2009, 10:01 PM
Asslamu Alikum.

Nothing good will come out of this protest. All you need to do is look at protests that have taken place during July and August.
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Amadeus85
08-19-2009, 10:14 PM
With the worsened economy, growth of the muslim population and growth of the anger (justified or not) of the brittish working class, you think that things will go better or worse? Anyway, I am glad that I live in a monocultural country (although that our liberal huns want to change us too into western europe profile).
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GuestFellow
08-19-2009, 10:19 PM
^ Greetings,

It could get worse since we are suppressing individuals for expressing themselves. Though if we allow this protest to continue it is likely problems may occur.
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جوري
08-19-2009, 11:40 PM
I have been to Luton (they have a nice airport to Europe for cheapppp) it is predominately Muslim no?
technically you guys can just gang up on them, they won't know what hit em, then haul their asses to that convenient creepy cemetery you've up there?...
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Tony
08-19-2009, 11:50 PM
lol u visited England but went to Luton !! Should have gone to Stratford on Avon, my home town,its beautiful
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