Seriously, Mr Khan, is that supposed to be a recommendation? Are we supposed to be thankful?
Well, perhaps we are. Because, as Mark Wadsworth highlights, elsewhere things kicked off spectacularly in response to provocation:
"If you take that excerpt at face value, it strongly suggests that the UAF and the 'young Muslims' caused most of the trouble. As the article does not say that "nine right-wing protestors were arrested" I strongly suspect that those arrested were mainly from the UAF or 'young Muslims' side of things."And indeed it turns out to be so, pace the comments.
The 'Daily Fail' now has lots of photos of Muslim yoots hurling banners and breaking through police lines.
An Islamic leader with a loud-hailer appealed for calm from the protesters.Which plays very well in the press, don't you think?
He said: 'We don't need any pictures on the TV of people fighting or shouting. Remember we're fasting, we're fasting right now.'
Despite his request, angry groups, many covering their faces with ski masks, motorcycle helmets and scarves continued shouting and throwing sticks at the police lines.
Played like pianos. As even Smirkin' Sunny Hundal has to admit.