9-11 Anniversary

September 11, 2011 by USA Post 

9-11 Anniversary9-11 Anniversary, A group of Muslim protesters burned an American flag in front of U.S. embassy in London during a minute’s silence to mark the moment the first hijacked plane hit the World Trade Center 10 years ago.

A series of radical Islamic groups, including Muslims against the Crusaders (MAC) gathered outside the embassy in the 10 th anniversary of the attacks.

The group of about 100 men chanted “U.S. terrorist”, waving banners and chanted anti-American through a megaphone.

Several members of Muslim groups were anti-American speeches after the burning of the flag.

One said: “You always face the suffering, you always face the humiliation, unless it withdraws its troops from Muslim lands.”

Another stated that the U.S. had been “defeated defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Members of the group publicly burned a poppy on Armistice Day in a similar maneuver.

However, a small opposition group of Muslims – some of whom had traveled hundreds of miles to refute the extremists – against nearly staged a demonstration, holding signs saying “Muslims against extremism” and “If you want Sharia , Move to Arabia. ”

Abdul Salam, 41, waving a sign saying “Keep The Silence”, he traveled to London from his home in Glasgow to show the strength of their feelings.

He said: “I am a Muslim What we’re doing is bringing shame to all Muslims This is not part of the teachings of Islam …

“Islam teaches us that when you see something bad or evil, you should speak against it.

“If moderate Muslims all came out and talked to defeat them.

“I am proud to be British. I love my country. All these people are doing is to break Britain apart.”

One of those attending the memorial service Grosvenor Square, who declined to be identified, said the protesters should stop standing right in front of the embassy and the use of a megaphone loud.

The man, whose cousin died in the terrorist attacks, said: “It should not be allowed to do so is disrespectful is very strong …”

He added: “They can say whatever they want, but not with the speaker.”

Earlier, a group of far-right demonstrators English Defense League, who had gathered in response to the protest, were forced to move to accommodate supporters of MAC.

The group of 60 people EDL supporters briefly clashed with police as they were forced away from their original location to a different part of Grosvenor Square.

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