Islamist extremists will march through London tomorrow calling for full implementation of sharia law in Britain.
Supporters of the Islam For The UK group, led by extremist Anjem Choudary, will converge on Westminster for the march, from the House of Commons to Downing Street and Trafalgar Square.
Choudary is a founding member of the British wing of the outlawed extremist group Al-Muhajiroun. Islam For The UK has pictures on its website of British landmarks including the House of Parliament with minarets and Islamic motifs added. It also said Buckingham Palace should be turned into a mosque.
The group calls for an end to liberalism and claims Britain needs to prepare for an Islamic revolution. Choudary is also a supporter of the banned preacher Omar Bakri, who was to give a video-link address from Lebanon to a meeting in Millbank to publicise the rally. Last night the group's website was apparently hijacked by a far-Right group advocating a "guerrilla war".
Patrick Mercer, Tory MP and ex-Army officer, described Choudary's plans as "extremely distasteful". He added: "If anyone thinks those views are a step forward they are seriously deluded. They are repellent and repulsive."
An Islamic Society of Britain spokesman said: "99.999 per cent of Muslims despise these people."