Thousands of Muslims marched through London to protest against ISIS and other Islamist terror groups this weekend. Victims of the terror group were remembered during the peaceful march on Sunday, which also marked the start of the religious festival Ashura.
The march started in Hyde Park and ended in Trafalgar Square, with people of all ages carrying banners including ‘Muslims condemn terrorism’ and ‘180k imams have spoken against IS [Isis]’. The brother of aid worker David Haines, whose beheading by Jihadi John was posted online, spoke to the overwhelmingly Muslim crowd. Read more