On May 22, 2017, a 22-year-old named Salman Abedi carried out a suicide bombing in Manchester, killing 22 and injuring 116.What Salman Abedi did is not the beginning, and it won’t be the end. There is a nation within a nation forming just beneath the surface of the UK. It’s a nation built on hatred, on violence and on Islam.
The mosque that Abedi worshipped at has its own Sharia court, it has a long history of giving a platform to some of the world’s most radical hate preachers. Speakers at the mosque have called for our troops to be killed, for apostates to bestoned and for homosexuals to be put to death. And the government and politicians refuse to take the necessary steps to keep us safe.
It has now been left to us, the ordinary people of the United Kingdom to stand up to hate, to unite and in one voice say ‘no more’.
That’s why on Sunday the 11th of June, we will stand together in Manchester in opposition to hate.
We will say ‘no more’, we will walk in silence through the city to honour the dead, we will rally to demand action, we will make ourselves impossible to ignore.
Meet at Manchester Piccadilly train station before 2 pm on Sunday, June 11, for a silent walk through the city, then join us in Piccadilly Gardens for a rally with speeches from Britain’s leading counter extremists.
We hope to see you there, please go to http://www.UkAgainstHate.com and RSVP for this important event.
P.S. We will also be meeting in Sunderland on June 10 as part of our Justice for Chelsey campaign. RSVP for that march and get all the details by clicking here.
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