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An anti-war protester who abused British soldiers on a homecoming parade has been given 'police protection' after his house was attacked.

Officers in a panda car were stationed outside the home of Yousaf Bashir - who was part of a gang that protested against 200 members of the Royal Anglian Regiment as they marched through Luton last Tuesday.

The fanatics caused outrage among Luton residents who had assembled in their hundreds to show support for the troops.

Mr Bashir and his associates yelled insults and waved placards which included accusing the soldiers of being: 'The Butchers of Basra', 'Criminals, Murderers Terrorists' and 'Baby Killers.'

When the crowd turned on the protesters two lines of police were deployed to protect them.

On Friday night the semi-detached home Mr Bashir shares with his parents in the


Added: Mar-18-2009 Occurred On: Mar-17-2009
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