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The father of a Muslim extremist who waved hate-filled placards and shouted at soldiers during a homecoming march has insisted he is proud to be British.

Jalal Ahmed brandished a sign saying 'Anglian soldiers: Butchers of Basra' at the welcome parade for the Royal Anglian Regiment in his home town of Luton earlier this week.

His part in the protest yesterday saw him lose his airside pass at Luton Airport, where he worked as a baggage handler on a part-time basis. His duties involve loading luggage onto conveyor belts into aircraft holds.

But his father, Helal, insisted today: 'He has done nothing wrong. He was just exercising his right to protest. I wouldn't stop him if he wanted to do something similar again.'

He told the Star: 'He was born in this country in Newcastle and he is proud to be British. He's a good boy. He doesn't smoke, he's done nothing violent and he just lik


Added: Mar-13-2009 
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Tags: Muslim, Anglican, extreme
Location: London, London, City of, United Kingdom (UK/GB) (load item map)
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