The rally is ostensibly to oppose "those who seek to sow divisions in our (Islamist) community" in the wake of the murder of Lee Rigby by British Jihadists. The announcement also invites attendees to "join our commitment to oppose racism and bigotry and declare Tower Hamlets is No Place for Hate."
Although as the British blog Harry's Place observes, it's only a particular type of hate about which they are concerned, which evidently would be the quite rational hatred of those advancing the cause of murderous, Islamist Jihad.
As Harry's Place notes:
Last week at the East London Mosque, you could have heard the Friday sermon being delivered by a hate preacher who has been banned from Sheffield Hallam university: Assim al-Hakeem.Among the pronouncements of al-Hakkem are the validity of killing apostates from Islam as well as for Christians and Jews who speak ill of Mohammed. Naturally, he also is homophobic and is pro-sex slavery for women.
No place for hate indeed...