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Sunday, 21 November 2010


Heated clashes are expected at a court hearing tomorrow for the leader of the English Defence League.

Hundreds of EDL supporters, ­Islamic extremists and members of anti-fascist groups are set to converge as the EDL’s founder Stephen Lennon appears in the dock.

The far-right leader was arrested on Armistice Day at a demo by Islamic extremists who burned poppies during the two-minute silence.

Violent clashes broke out after members of the EDL reacted angrily to the sick stunt by the group Muslims Against Crusades (MAC).

Lennon – who goes by the name ­Tommy Robinson – was charged with assaulting a police officer during the fracas.
The 27-year-old is due at West London magistrates’ court tomorrow morning. And he is expected to be supported by hundreds of EDL members who will travel to the capital from across the UK.

The group’s Facebook page has been swamped with messages of support for Lennon.

One EDL fan Paul Szilvasi said: “EDL all the way. We shouldn’t have to stand for this shit in our country right on Tommy. Will be there!”

Police fear the protest will be hijacked by members of Islamic extremist groups and activists from anti-Fascist groups sparking angry clashes.

One EDL fan, Daniel Smith, threatened violence on his Facebook page, stating: “You bet my white, british, Cross-Flag-flyin’, Bacon Munchin, ­Jihad-hating, Patriotic ass i’ll be there, ready to take on any MAC/MDL/UAF scum who cross our path trying to take us and our beautiful country down.”

But Islamic extremists are unperturbed by the threats.

Hate cleric Anjem Choudary, 43 – whose group Islam4Uk was banned by the Government – said: “The EDL want to destroy Islam. Wherever the EDL are you can expect protest from Muslims.”

Members of MAC also chanted ­“British soldiers burn in hell” during their Remembrance Day protest.

Four EDL supporters arrested on suspicion of affray were bailed until December, along with two members of Muslims Against Crusades who were detained for public order offences.

Meanwhile Muslim extremists are celebrating after hearing that jailed hate cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed could be released days after his arrest for training terrorists in Lebanon.

The 54-year-old rabble-rouser will be set free from jail in Beirut on Thursday or Friday, according to his supporters.

Daily Star