Brick lane focus of anti-Muslim far-right protest

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Brick lane focus of anti-Muslim far-right protest

The far-right nationalist group Britain First has relaunched its controversial Christian Patrols campaign in east London.
People in Brick Lane and Whitechapel have been handed leaflets calling for the banning of mosques and niqabs.
The leaflets claim that, “Muslim patrols are operating in this area confiscating alcohol and harassing women”, and activists can be seen describing the area they were moving through as “occupied London”. 
Ali Kamara from the Muslim community empowerment group, the Salam Project, condemned the action as against community cohesion.
While Steve Rose, from the interfaith think-tank Faith Matters, said it doesn't represent Christian values. 
London Live's Reya El-Salahi reports.

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