Gay, Sikh and Black march called ‘Far Right’ by Fake News


The march through Manchester was organised to “honour the victims of hate” following the suicide attack by Salman Abedi who killed 22 and injured 116 at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, 2017.

The march also marked the death of 49 people who lost their lives at Pulse – a gay club in Orlando, Florida, at the hands of an Islamic terrorist on June 12, 2016.

The event hosted black and minority ethnic (BAME) speakers, such as Sikh Awareness Society leader Mohan Singh, minister David Ramos, Shazia Hobbs, a Glaswegian who was forced into an arranged marriage at 18, and Mohammed Fiaz, a Christian convert from Islam.
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“We will say ‘no more’, we will walk in silence through the city to honour the dead, we will rally to demand action, we will make ourselves impossible to ignore,” the organisers of Unite Against Hate wrote.

However, the BBC largely ignored the reported 3,500 diverse supporters attending the march that met in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, rather reporting falsely the event was an “EDL rally”, focusing on the “anti-racist” counter marches.

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Meanwhile, Twitter users and attendees blasted the BBC’s dishonest reporting, denying the event was an EDL rally, pointing to the ex-Muslims, Sikhs, Jamaicans, and gays who attended in support of uniting against Islamist terrorism, and against the rise of Sharia law and Islamic extremism.

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