Hundreds of Brits to unite against Islamophobia as anti-Islamic letters spark hate crime fears

 

Hundreds of people are expected to gather for solidarity events across Britain in response to a vile letter labelling April 3 2018 "Punish a Muslim Day."

A number of events, organised by anti-racism, faith and community groups, are taking place today in support for the UK’s Muslim communities after the malicious advert for a national day of violence against Muslims was circulated.

It comes after police urged Muslims to “unite” and “carry on as normal” in the face of the letter’s threats as they sought to reassure communities amid reports of the shocking note being shared widely. 

At least eight Day of Solidarity events have been organised in London alone, with demonstrations expected to take place in Haringey, Islington, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest on Tuesday.

 

 

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