Muslims Protest Counter-Terrorism Raids In London
Hundreds of Muslim demonstrators are set to gather in east London to protest at being treated as "second-class citizens" following a controversial anti-terror raid.
One of Scotland Yard's most senior officers appealed for calm ahead of the protest outside Forest Gate police station.
Andy Hayman, the Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner, said it was not the time for conflict and anger and urged all communities to pull together.
No, with major Muslim organizations, it is always time for conflict and anger. Find me one major Muslim organization which opposes terrorism unreservedly.