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Official Complaint Lodged Over ‘Islamophobic’ Signs at London Pride March

Official Complaint Lodged Over ‘Islamophobic’ Signs at London Pride March

Country: 
United Kingdom (UK)
News Date: 
14/07/2017
Sharia Watch
Summary: 

Placards carried by former Muslims and allies at the London Pride march at the weekend have triggered a complaint from an Islamic group who claim the messages displayed are “Islamophobic”. A spokesman for the East London Mosque confirmed that a complaint had been lodged with both the organisers of London Pride and the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB), the organisation responsible for the signs. London’s Evening Standard  the remarks of spokesman Salman Farsi, who said the placards, which included slogans such as ‘Allah is Gay’, ‘F*ck Islamic Homophobia’, and ‘Ex Muslim & Proud’, incited hatred against Muslims.