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£430raised of £80 target by 35 supporters

    Weʼve raised £430 to support the Maidstone Mosque renovations by donating £10 each time a Britain First supporter turns up there to demonstrate.

    Maidstone, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 18th December 2017

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    Following repeated visits by Britain First to Maidstone to intimidate local Muslims and stop the rebuilding of the Maidstone Mosque, the Maidstone Anti-Racist Network have decided to donate £10 to fund the new mosque for each Britain First supporter who turns up.

    A statement by the Maidstone Anti-Racist Network: “Following a German example we have decided to use Britain First’s presence in Maidstone against them. Each time a Britain First member comes to Maidstone to protest against the mosque, we will donate £10 towards the building of the new Maidstone Mosque.

    “Eight Britain First supporters were in the town centre on Saturday before they marched to the Maidstone Mosque so we will raise £80 which we will be giving to the Imam.

    “The more Britain First members that turn up, the more money we will collect through crowdfunding for the mosque. We will use their campaign against them in the most peaceful way possible.”

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    • Maidstone Anti-Racist Network1 year ago
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      Maidstone Anti-Racist Network would like to thank Britain First for helping them to donate £215 to the redevelopment of Maidstone Mosque. The group committed last month to donating £10 for every Britain First member who visited the town,and with the visit of their 12 members today the total has now reached £215 The Maidstone Anti-Racist Network will continue to respond to the increasing threats towards Muslims in Maidstone. Thanks to all those who have donated so far.

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    Supporters

    35

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 15, 2017

      Keep it up comrades!

      £30.00

    • Mike

      Mike

      Sep 7, 2017

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 5, 2017

      £10.00

    • Tony Davis

      Tony Davis

      Sep 5, 2017

      Brilliant idea - good luck!

      £10.00

    • Joan Liversedge

      Joan Liversedge

      Sep 4, 2017

      £10.00

    • Diana Barnes

      Diana Barnes

      Sep 4, 2017

      Well done, Maidstone. I lived in Ashford Road in the mid 70s and always knew it was a good place!

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 4, 2017

      I love this innovative way of standing up to hatred and division. Wishing you the best of luck with the ongoing renovations to your Mosque.In Solidarity, Ben.

      £10.00

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    Maidstone Anti-Racist Network

    Maidstone Anti-Racist Network

    Maidstone, United Kingdom

    The Maidstone Anti-Racist Network was set up by a group of concerned residents in Maidstone, after a number of appearances from far right groups to the town to protest against the expansion of the Mosque there.

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