Hizb-ut Tahrir organise march to support the uprising in Syria
Hizb-ut Tahrir amasses thousands in London to show support for the uprising in Syria against the brutal Bashar Al-Asad regime. The demonstators gathered at Paddington Green before setting off down Edgware Road in the heart of the Arab community.
Thousands of people turned out in Central London to support the uprising in Syria. The demonstrators gathered at Paddington Green before setting off down Edgware Road in the heart of the Arab community.
The protestors were chanting in Arabic; “Labayk. Labayk. Labayk ya Allah” which means; “We are here, We are here, We are here O’ Allah, the same words the Muslims in Syria were chanting in their demonstrations against the brutality of the Bashar Asad regime.
Placards protestors were holding read; 'Bashar Al-Asad -Killer of Muslims' and O' Syrian army support the people not the tyrant'.
The crowd then headed down Park Lane towards the Syrian Embassy where there were a series of speeches made by members of Hizb-ut Tahrir, an Islamic Political party that is outlawed in many parts of the world but is allowed to operate within the UK. There vision being to unify the Muslim countries into a single Islamic state called the Khilafah that will be governed by Islamic Shari’ah law.
There were other speeches made by Arab grass root organisations.