has told film makers to not go ahead
"Fifty years of work against discrimination, intolerance is being negatived by the trend towards reinforcing the prejudices against the multi-ethnic, multi-racial, multi-religious community in the East End of London', says the first campaign statement released tonight.
Campaigners against Monica Ali book have called on
"All right-thinking people to join us in preventing this attack on good social ethic, standard and ideal".
Speaking to the film-makers, the campaign spokesperson said on Saturday 15 July 2006, "The Monica Ali book is not a pure book. It is a tool of political and social attack on a community that does not need being attacked. We need the East End of London to be accurately and ethically portrayed, not being subjected to distortion, misrepresentation and stereotyping. We have spent an awful long time in creating as semblance of a tolerant society here. Why break