Mile End Road, east of the capital, will be the scene of the
protest as campaigners speak out against Tahrir and a conference
they are holding in the city.
The protest, which is organised by the newly-formed Alliance
Against Extremism, will include human rights activist Peter
Tatchell as well as Muslim campaigners who strongly disagree with
The organisation holds an extreme intolerance towards Muslims who
do not share their interpretation of Islam. - and condemn same-sex
Tatchell told us: "Discrimination against people on the basis of
their religion, gender and sexuality is enshrined in Hizb
ut-Tahrir's draft constitution".
"The group has urged the death penalty for gay people and for
women who have sex outside of marriage".
Previosuly, Hizb tu-Tahrir has taken part in numerous anti-gay
demonstrations around the world.
Tatchell, along with five
others, has already protested against the organisation - namely,
when they called for the execution of gay people and women who have
sex outside of marriage.
Saturday's protest is to start at noon outside The Waterlily
Business Centre, where Hizb ut-Tahrir's conference is being hosted.
Campaigners are also protesting against the Centre for hosting the