IDC Response to the Poppy Burning Incident (via IslamNewcastle)

IDC Response to the Poppy Burning Incident   On November 11th 2010, a Remembrance Day two-minute silence in Kensington was interrupted and hijacked by members of a group calling themselves “Muslims Against Crusades”.  They burned a model of a giant poppy (a symbol of Remembrance Day, which is observed as the official end of World War 1 on Nov 11th 1918) and chanted hate filled slogans such as "British soldiers burn in hell" and "Our dead are … Read More

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