Radical Islamists Apply For Permission to Protest Royal Wedding

The radical group Muslims Against Crusades threatened to disrupt Prince William’s wedding next week.

The radical Muslim group recently applied for permission to protest.
The Telegraph reported:

A group called Muslims Against Crusades has applied for permission to protest outside Westminster Abbey on the day of the royal wedding, Scotland Yard said.

The force said it had rejected the application by Muslims Against Crusades to stage the demonstration outside the historic venue on April 29.

But officers said they were in “on-going discussions” about whether demonstrations at other nearby locations would be blocked.

Police have powers to ban any major protests along the main route that Prince William and his bride-to-be will take.

But they are unable to rule out “static” protests taking place at other nearby locations in central London.

Jihad Watch reminded us:

This is the same group that provoked public outrage by disrupting the traditional Armistice Day moment of silence and burning large replicas of the poppy, Britain’s symbol of remembrance and respect for fallen soldiers, while chanting “British soldiers burn in hell,” and holding banners proclaiming that “Islam will dominate.”

If you’re not exactly charmed by that sort of behavior, you’ll like it even less knowing the man charged and fined for disturbing the peace in that case works only part-time and takes in £792 a month in state benefits.

These same radicals carried “British Soldiers Burn In Hell” signs at their protest on Armistice Day.


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