It takes a nation to protect the nation
Legoland says below: Anybody can go, it is not about Muslims.
yet they also say the Park is hired out by a Muslim group who wants 'Fun Halal activities with thousands of other Muslims and their friends in an environment more in line with their faith.'
it seems these two statements are contradictory.
A theme park has come under attack after announcing it was hiring out the park to a Muslim foundation.
Legoland has received abuse on its Facebook and Twitter pages for its decision to hire the park out to the Muslim Research and Development Fund (MRDF) on Sunday, March 9.
On its website, the park says the family fun day aims to allow Muslims to enjoy 'Fun Halal activities with thousands of other Muslims and their friends in an environment more in line with their faith.'
A Legoland spokesman defended its decision, saying it was a normal private hire event which will take place before the park opens for its new season on Friday, March 14.
It added: "It is a private hire, it is out of season and it happens to be a Muslim organisation. It could happen to be a business or anything else. Anybody can go, it is not about Muslims."
The theme park, in Winkfield Road, has now deleted its Facebook page after abusive comments were posted.
The spokesman added: "We are reporting these people to the police."
Far-right groups, including the English Defence League, have announced their intention to host a protest on the day the MRDF visit the park.
Calls for Legoland to abandon its plans have also been made by Royal Borough UKIP councillor Tom Bursnall (Clewer East).
"I think they need to have a sense check and take a step back," he said.
Thames Valley Police has launched an investigation into the threatening messages.
A spokesman said: "Should any demonstrations or protests be organised, police will provide a proportionate response to facilitate peaceful and lawful protests."
The MRDF website says the foundation 'strives to articulate Islam in a modern context and address the unique situation and challenges faced by Muslims in the west'.
The BBC finally reports this outcome
5 March 2014 Last updated at 18:26
Legoland is to close temporarily in light of safety and security concerns.
The theme park in Windsor, Berkshire, will shut this weekend following the cancellation of a private fun day organised by the Muslim Research and Development Foundation.
The resort received threats from far right organisations and the event, due to be held on Sunday, was cancelled following discussions with police.
Legoland said the safety of its guests and staff was its "priority".
Thames Valley Police says it is investigating offensive messages sent in connection with the event.
Legoland was forced to shut down its Facebook page due to a number of abusive posts. It also received threats through phone calls and emails.
In a statement, Legoland said: "Sadly, a private event due to take place on Sunday has had to be cancelled due to threats from right-wing groups made against the resort.
"The whole resort, including the hotel, will be closed for the weekend.
"We are extremely sorry that we've had to cancel any hotel visits for guests booked in to stay over this weekend.
"We wholeheartedly understand families' disappointment that they will be unable to attend and appreciate that due to the dynamic nature of this situation we haven't been able to give them more notification."
Guests booked to stay at the resort this weekend have been handed a full refund while a number of people on Twitter have also told the BBC they have received a £10 voucher.
Sara Powell left a message on the BBC Berkshire Facebook page.
She said: "Extremely disappointed that our hotel trip has been cancelled at ridiculously short notice, and angry that this situation has been allowed to happen.
"Will be speaking to Legoland in the morning."
Its interesting that they print a comment from "Sara Powell", and not from " Mohammed Islam".
That piece from the BBC mentioning 'sara powell' shows their desperation. A day out for Muslims with maybe 5,000 people attending and they choice person with a western sounding name to express their anger is a blatant attempt to make it look like a big happy Multi-cultural day out has been ruined. How pathetic!.
The BBC are becoming less and less relevant, this government has cut their (BBC) budget by a few million. Its time they started phasing it out and made the BBC compete in the real world. This is one of those things that could be a question on a voting paper at general election time. Should the license fee be scrapped.
Having to pay £150 a year to listen to BBC Propaganda is a crime. A part from a few nut jobs who wave a placard in the air demanding that raidio 6 stays on the air. Most people would tell the BBC where to shove their Tax!
On the subject of Lego land cancelling the day because of a few threats, that's BS as well, they knew there was a huge public outcry because of the person who organised the event, the general public are becoming aware of western hating Islamic speakers and Organisations, and they are complaining. The damage done to legolands image if they had gone ahead with this event would have cost them dearly, that's why they stopped the event. If all they had been worried about was a couple of hundred right wing activists they would have used their public relations machine to demonise them. Its harder to demonise large numbers of your everyday customers.
The BBC can spin it all they like but it is their own fee paying customers they are talking too. And people are getting fed up with being spoken too as though they are racist and bigoted.
A game in our household is to see how long it takes to find the BBC's half truth on any story. It's usually a matter of 10 seconds before the distortion is shouted out.
Yes, you're right about the half truths. When I first read about Sara Powell, I thought it was something about another event on the same day that had been cancelled by Legoland as well, kind of to spite the world and blame it all on EDL or something. I had to read it again to figure out that they really meant the Islamic fascist event.
You couldn't make this stuff up. And I agree Paul, its time for the BBC to go. I'm sick of it.
17th September 2006
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