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National Front planning to protest ‘once a month’ at proposed Sunderland mosque

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Members of the National Front are planning to protest once a month at the site of a proposed new city centre mosque, Sky Tyne and Wear has learned.

The right wing group demonstrated against the building of a mosque in St Mark’s Road in Sunderland on Saturday, August 11. Police were forced to separate the protesters and anti-fascist groups as tensions heightened in front of worried residents.

Following the protest, the North East National Front (NENF) Facebook page announced the group will protest every month. The posting, which has been forwarded to Northumbria Police and Sunderland City Council, claimed that the NF “won the day”.

Local NF activists were joined by others from across the country as they claim the mosque posed a threat to the community and the safety of local children.

Gary Duncan, 42, of Sunderland, speaking on behalf of the anti-fascists, said: “It doesn’t matter what they say is the reason they are against the mosque, it is all about racism and that is it. They are not complaining about the church down the road. We have come to stand in opposition to these people who have been bussed in from all over the country to poison Sunderland with their racism.”

Simon Biggs, the group’s North East regional organiser of the NF, said: “There are no British-born Muslims in my eyes. They don’t belong here and Islam is alien to us.”

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  1. They should claim it will be an Ahmadi mosque – that way muslims will join the protests

  2. jane,

    so you are saying that the ahamdis fled lahore after article XX in pakistan to london. only to find that pakistani muslims are now persecuting them in england?

    don’t know how that could be. perpahps you haven’t heard. islam is “the religion of peace”.

  3. Indeed it is mike,thank allah ppl lyk u dont get to experience it! Keep on bikering about individuals who are “muslims” hav blown up this n killed that,thats the “peace” u deserve.
    its wierd u talk abt terrorism wen u sound like one..oh my bad I mean “white terrorist”.
    Verbal terrorism jus like verbal abuse is jus as damaging as real crime

  4. Ow..idd is comin soon so,idd mubarak to ol!!!

  5. nill,

    sup? how’s africa treating ya?

    “Indeed it is mike,thank allah ppl lyk u dont get to experience it!” yes thank allah, he has put a seal on my heart, made me deaf and blind. lol.
    “Keep on bikering about individuals who are “muslims” hav blown up this n killed that,thats the “peace” u deserve.” okey dokey.
    “its wierd u talk abt terrorism wen u sound like one..oh my bad I mean “white terrorist”.” lmao. so what have i said that sounds like terrorism?
    “Verbal terrorism jus like verbal abuse is jus as damaging as real crime” oh, my bad. verbal terrorism, seriously i’m, lmfao. so i say i disagree with islam, therefore i’m a terrorist. i’m as bad as a terrorist who blows up a mosque, a school, a bus, a train or the twin towers. that seems a bit twisted to me. but hey to each his own, right. live and let live, right? so muslims don’t prescribe to the old saying, “stick and stone may break my bones but names will never hurt me.”

    but you did get me race right. i’m of german descent too. so maybe next time you will call me a nazi as well. guess you haven’t seen siyjakak’s comments on labeling theory. according to him, if i become a terrorist now, it’s going to be your fault.

    verbal terrorism. that’s awesome. what’s the punishment under sharia?

  6. Mike, in the UK there is a lot of islamophobia amongst some muslims who hate ahmadis – some muslims have even been known to organise islamophobic protests and petitions to prevent the building of ahmadi mosques – there have also been calls to target Ahamdi businesses. We even have an anti ahmadi hate group based in London called Khatm-e-Nubuwwat Academy. Also if a news outlet refers to ahmadis as muslims or their places of worship as mosques the Muslim Council Of Britain will quickly send off a letter refuting it – just do a search for “muslim council of britain ahmadi”

    Frankly I find the levels of islamophobia amongst many muslims to be appalling and more must be done to combat it.

  7. Jane,

    i had never even heard of ahmadis until i saw the article on some of them being beaten to death in indonesia a few years back. went to their website, it had a bunch of doves and talked of peace. thought, um interesting perhaps a pacifist sect. emailed them asking why muhammad killed some people. he simply responded, “they were pagans.”

    i see the druids were regonized as an offical religion in britain. might want to let them know to give the ahmadis a wide bearth.

    http://www.khatmenubuwwat.org/

    well you can’t argue with that. the koran says muhammad is the last prophet. end of story. then again the al-mahdi is supposed to show up at some point. maybe that guy was him, and now he’s gone into hidding? hard to follow all of these mythologies. sunni/shia…twelevers, aziz and his seveners. aren’t their fifthers? the sufi as also sunni? 90% of muslims are sunni yet there seem to be a shit ton of shia. don’t the shia follow some hadiths, so are they also sunni?

  8. “well you can’t argue with that. the koran says muhammad is the last prophet”

    That supposes the muslim god can’t change his mind about that – which means the muslim god is not omnipotent.

  9. jane,

    don’t follow you there? “That supposes the muslim god can’t change his mind about that – which means the muslim god is not omnipotent.” you can be closed minded and still all powerful. the question to me is why wouldn’t god be consistant throughout his prophecies? first he tells his prophets of the old testement to stone people and light them on fire. then jesus says let he who is without sin cast the first stone. then muhammad and his companions stone people? then muhammad says not to burn people. yet ali (not that he is a prophet,or is he aziz? but definately a rightly guided caliphate) burns people. also, i think most everyone on earth (there are a few muslims calling for taking jewish women as slaves) agree that slavery is a bad thing. yet god never forbids it, go figure?

  10. “you can be closed minded and still all powerful”

    I agree. But gods tend to change their minds, the muslim god does it the koran so there is no reason to suppose the “last prophet” thing is cast in stone.

    The omnipotent/omniscient thing is interesting. An omniscient being would have perfect knowledge of everything so would be unable to change it mind about something (as no new information could come to light) – which means it can’t be omnipotent.

  11. Jane, being omniscient means that you can know everything that can be known. Being omnipotent means that you can do everything that can be done. So god making a rock so large he cannot move it is a nonsensical statement when it comes to being omnipotent. The same can be said about being omniscient. If one believes in free will then God has made people with the ability to make decisions God may know how a person will, in all probability decide, but unless he takes a hand the person may choose differently. Of course not everyone agrees with this statement thus you have people who believe in preordination, which, to myself, makes the Human race not much more than carefully placed dominoes. I realize that you do not believe in any of this and that the Universe and all its parts derive from the Chaos of the big bang. What is interesting is that regardless of how one believes, in the end, something has to have always existed thus having no origin. With God you can believe he created the chicken first or the egg. With evolution you can believe the chicken evolved from other creatures to lay an egg. But with the ultimate origin of our universe I choose to believe in the chicken before the cracking of the egg. As an atheist you simply believe in the egg.

  12. The amadis are being persecuted because they have accepted a prophet after Mohammad. Sort of like the Mormons have accepted J. Smith.

    They had a slavery ceremony on Egypt TV recently.

  13. “Jane, being omniscient means that you can know everything that can be known. Being omnipotent means that you can do everything that can be done”

    Ah right, so gods are limited.

  14. Jane, there is only one God and Jesus is his son.

  15. HA HA HA. now that is funny.

    at least some religiuos people have a sense of humor.

  16. Jane,

    Baby, the Ahmadis have lot to suffer about. Their alleged prophet (!?) was a self-confessed British Empire spy. His father was so too. The prophet(!?) not only claimed to be a Muslim one, but also Jesus, Mahdi, Jai Singh Bahadur. Saint John: Those who will reject the true path, will tear up their own tongues, be rotten alive; their eyes will rot within the eye socketa (Revelation). Mirza Golam Ahmad Qadiani died in a horrible condition. He was attacked by severe desentry. When the end times came for him, he fall into a puddle of stools and expired. This is why some historians say he died in stools. However, according to the Paigam e Suleh (Nexspaper of Lahori Ahmadis), during his death, stool was coming out of his mouth. He not only insulted Muslims, but also Christians. I am not saying Saint John implicitly called Islam the true faith; but those who try to challenge the One, may face the same fate.

    Mike,

    Several saints are followed in Catholicism, Orthodoxy and Protestantism alike. Are they all the same?

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