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Saturday, 22 August 2009

7 Charged over Anglian Parade Protest

Seven men have been charged with public order offences in relation to the heckling of returning Anglian soldiers by a group of Muslims back in march.

True to form, the BBC describes this event, in which men who had just completed a difficult tour of Iraq were branded 'terrorists', 'baby killers' and 'murderers' by a protest which was sanctioned by Bedfordshire Police, as "an anti-war protest which erupted".

It erupted, of course, when British patriots (many of whom would later be banned from holding various counter-demonstrations in support of the troops) objected to the insensitive way the police had handled the demands of a group of Muslims described by their own community as extremists.

The seven charged over the parade are all from Luton and have been named.

They are Jalal Ahmed, 21, of Cavendish Road, Yousaf Bashir, 29, of Dane Road, Ibrahim Anderson, 32, of Warwick Road West, Jubair Ahmed, 19, of Beech Road, Ziaur Rahman, 33, of Nunnery Lane, Shajjadar Choudhury, 30, of Essex Close and Munim Abdul, 28, of Highbury Road.

1 comment:

WAKE UP said...

I don't care how often these people are described as being "of" Luton, Warwick or anywhere else British - they are NOT.