Solidarity Vigil in London

Solidarity Vigil in London

A group of activists held a vigil Wednesday in the British capital to support the victims of the most recent anti-Muslim attacks in the U.K. Stand Up To Racism held the vigil in Stratford, east London, to show “solidarity” with the victims of an acid attack “and the victims of anti-Muslim hate crime,” organizers said.<br>

11:10 July 06, 2017 AA
Solidarity Vigil in London

Protesters hold a banner reading "No To Islamophobia - Don't Scapegoat Migrants - Stand Up To Trump - Stamp Out Antisemitism - Refugees Welcome" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Protesters hold banners reading "No To Racism - Refugees And Migrants Welcome - Stamp Out Islamophobia - Stop Racist Attacks - Unite And Fight" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Protesters hold banners reading "Black Lives Matter - No Justice, No Peace - Fight Against Islamophobia - Defend Civil Liberties - Oppose Prevent - Jobs and Homes Not Racism" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Protesters hold banners reading "Black Lives Matter - No Justice, No Peace - Fight Against Islamophobia - Defend Civil Liberties - Oppose Prevent - Jobs and Homes Not Racism" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Protesters hold banners reading "Black Lives Matter - No Justice, No Peace - Stop Racist Attacks - Unite And Fight" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

A protester holds a banner reading "No To Racism - Refugees And Migrants Welcome - Stamp Out Islamophobia" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

A protester holds a banner reading "No To Racism - Refugees And Migrants Welcome - Stamp Out Islamophobia" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

A protester holds a banner reading "Keep Calm It's Only Islam" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

A protester holds a banner reading "Stop Racist Attacks - Unite And Fight" at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Nahella Ashraf (C) from Stand Up To Racism organisation makes a speech at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

Nahella Ashraf from Stand Up To Racism organisation makes a speech at a vigil for Resham Khan and Janeel Muhktar who were attacked with sulphuric acid in London, United Kingdom on July 05, 2017. Muhktar has stated that the attack was a hate crime and believed ‘It’s something to do with Islamophobia”. The police are looking for John Tomlin in connection with the crime.

Solidarity Vigil in London

A group of activists held a vigil Wednesday in the British capital to support the victims of the most recent anti-Muslim attacks in the U.K. Stand Up To Racism held the vigil in Stratford, east London, to show “solidarity” with the victims of an acid attack “and the victims of anti-Muslim hate crime,” organizers said.
A group of activists held a vigil Wednesday in the British capital to support the victims of the most recent anti-Muslim attacks in the U.K. Stand Up To Racism held the vigil in Stratford, east London, to show “solidarity” with the victims of an acid attack “and the victims of anti-Muslim hate crime,” organizers said.
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