By Paul Hickman
Birmingham British National Party and activists from other branches held a demo outside the illegal Billesley Mosque on the 15th September.
Firstly I'd like to thank all activists who supported us from Walsall, Derby, Cannock and Sheffield.
The turn out was very good and it was great to see so many fellow Nationalists from other branches.
The demo was organised because the illegal Mosque in Billesley has been there for four years now and the Councillors have used every delay tactic going to avoid the issue.
Last September a ward meeting in Billesley was attended by the three Councillors, Steve McCabe M.P, and a legal representative from Birmingham City Council.
At this meeting the residents were promised a land tribunal within six months. One year later delay tactics are still being used.
The immediate area was leafleted a few hours before the demo inviting local residents to come and join us. Residents were also encouraged to contact their elected representatives and to telephone Birmingham City Council legal services department.
A second leaflet was made for handing out during the demo.
Signs were also made asking 'Where is the illegal Mosque land tribunal?.'
Support from the public was good and local Muslims failed to intimidate the British National Party activists who came to support us on the day.
Birmingham British National Party do not intend on abandoning the issue, and will continue to advocate on behalf of the British majority of Billesley who do not want a Mosque in their area.