9. Februar 2015

257807FD00000578-2944946-A_petition_signed_by_100_000_British_Muslims_was_handed_to_No_10-a-65_1423424837552Velika Britanija – Nekoliko hiljada muslimana protestovalo je danas u centru Londona zbog, kako su naveli, uvredljivog prikazivanja poslanika Muhameda a.s. u francuskom satiričnom magazinu “Šarli Ebdo”.

Demonstranti su se okupili u blizini kancelarije britanskog premijera Dejvida Kamerona, noseći transparente na kojima je pisalo” “Ustanite za Poslanika”.

Organizatori protesta su osudili prošlomjesečne napade u Parizu, u kojima je 17 osoba poginulo, ali su istakli da francuski nedeljnik ne bi trebalo da objavljuju karikature proroka Muhameda.

Imami su na protestu održali govore, okupljeni su obavili molitvu, a potom predali peticiju Kameronovoj kancelariji, koju je preko Interneta potpisalo više od 100.000 muslimana.

U peticiji, koju je pokrenula grupa “Muslimanski forum za akciju”, osuđuju se oni koji crtaju karikature proroka i za njih se kaže da su “uvreda za norme civilizovanog društva”.

U napadu ekstremista na redakciju lista “Šarli Ebdo” 7. januara, ubijeno je 12 osoba, a u još dva odvojena napada narednih dana stradalo je još petoro ljudi.

A number of speakers addressed the throngs of Muslims, with organisers saying the cartoons are 'an affront to the norms of civilised society'

Stand-off: A Muslim protester is directed away from a nationalist counter-demonstration by far-right group Britain First

Muslims gathered for prayers and to hear speeches during the rally against Charlie Hebdo, which was attacked by terrorists last month, killing 12

Thousands descended on Westminster for the protest, where Muslim speakers addressed the crowds

Muslim protesters knell for communal prayers on Whitehall this afternoon during the demonstration

Organisers the Muslim Action Forum handed a petition signed by 100,000 people to 10 Downing Street

The crowd of protesters shouted slogans and waved placards with the words 'Charlie and the abuse factory' and 'learn some manners'

Muslims scaled the statue of Viscount Alanbrooke, a Second World War Army commander, during the protest in central London

Men and women were kept separate during the protest 'out of respect', organisers said

No respect: Protesters wave placards and take photos from Field Marshal Montgomery's statue

A petition signed by 100,000 British Muslims was handed to No 10 after a rally was held on Whitehall

Thousands of British Muslims gathered outside Downing Street today to protest against Charlie Hebdo's publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed

(Agencije)

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