Islamic Fascists call for genocide of non-Muslims

Conservative Truth ( has published pictures from a recent demonstration of Islamic Fascists in London, England:

Religion Of Peace Demonstration
June 5, 2006, London, England

Below are pictures of Moslems who marched through the streets of London during their recent Religion of Peace Demonstration.

These pictures have never been shown in any of our American newspapers or television news programs because we are so 'politically correct' that we don't want to 'offend' anyone!

I copy all of the pictures below.

Religion Of Peace Demonstration
Conservative Truth, 6/5/2006, Link

Why would anyone think that we should be at war with such nice, peaceful Moslems?!

Posted by David Melle
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These pictures reveal the true intentions of those devoted to the idea of a world dominated by Islam. What happened to the Europe (specifically France & Italy) that pushed back Muslim invaders a few hundred years ago?

As a follower of Jesus, I stand with Israel & pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

Posted by: Michael at August 8, 2006 12:13 PM

Other Muslims maintained that the protesters were extremists not representative of mainstream British Muslims:
Asghar Bukhari, chairman of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee, said the demonstration in London should have been stopped by police because the group had been advocating violence.

He said the protesters "did not represent British Muslims".

Mr Bukhari told the BBC News website: "The placards and chants were disgraceful and disgusting, Muslims do not feel that way.

"I condemn them without reservation, these people are less representative of Muslims than the BNP are of the British people."

He said that Muslims were angry over satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published in European papers but it was "outrageous" for anyone to advocate extreme action or violence.

"We believe it [the protest] should have been banned and the march stopped.

"It's irrelevant whether it's Muslims causing hatred or anyone else freedom of speech has to be responsible."
No arrests were made at the time, according to police, due to the danger posed by the size and nature of the crowd:
As the clamour for action grew, police sources said there were no arrests because of fears of a riot. A senior Scotland Yard officer said: "We have to take the overall nature of the protesters into account. If they are overheated and emotional we don't go in.

"It's like a risk assessment; you have to look at the crowd you are dealing with. If we went in to arrest one person with a banner the crowd would turn on us and people would get hurt."

Posted by: NativeOne [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 14, 2006 09:26 AM

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