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Saturday, 3 April 2010

Violent clashes at anti-mosque demonstration (UK)

Violent clashes have broken out between riot police and right-wing protesters at a demonstration against a mosque.

About 2,000 members of the English Defence League (EDL) descended on Dudley to demonstrate at plans for a new Muslim place of worship in the West Midlands town.
Some of the protesters broke out of a pen in a car park, breaking down metal fences and throwing the metal brackets at officers, who were armed with riot shields and batons.

Members of the demonstration started fighting their own stewards, who were trying to calm them down as they attacked the fences penning them in.
The EDL had put signs up which read "Labour forcing mosques on Britain" and "No one wants this mosque". Some demonstrators held placards reading "Muslim bombers off our streets" and "Say no to the mosque".

Dudley Council said in a statement on its website: "We didn't invite the EDL to our town and we don't want them here." But the council said it did not have the power to ban the event.
ITN News