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The bikers arrived at the Pavilion in Hanley Heritage Park around 6.00 pm. Wearing colourful BBR t-shirts and with Palestinian flags held aloft, and a diverse crowd to welcome the bikers, was an inspiring sight. They were greeted by Cllr Amjid Wazir, the chair of the City Centre Mosque, and Imam Amir, who emphasized how they felt at one with the bikers in their desire for justice for Palestine and shared their pain. This was no idle comment. Local Muslims identify strongly with Palestinians from their experience of dispossession and separation.
The BBR is organized solely by volunteers and one spoke movingly of how, when she became an advocate for Palestine, her Jewish family turned its back.
Most bikers had accommodation at a Staffordshire University Hall of Residence a few slept at Equality Hall.
Members of the mosque had raised money to feed going on three hundred people and very good it …

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