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Monday, 15 March 2010

Aylesbury Muslims call for meeting with EDL

Muslim group in Aylesbury has offered an olive branch to a far right organisation which plans to descend on the town in May.

Calls have been mounted for an open debate amid fears that a demonstration by 1,500 English Defence League (EDL) members on May 2 could lead to violence and disorder.

Opponents from Unite Against Fascism (UAF) plan to stage a counter protest on the same day, and both sides have clashed whenever they have met in the past.
This week an open letter was sent out by Aylesbury Muslims, an informal group of young people, inviting EDL for a chat.
It concluded: "By the end of our meeting, perhaps we will dispel misconceptions of each other.

"And if we can't leave the hall as friends, then perhaps we can leave without being enemies."

Yesterday the founder of Aylesbury's EDL division said he welcomed the opportunity to hold a proper debate, and claimed any demonstration in the town would be non-violent.

Originally posted in bucksherald