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Man in court over cartoon protest
Protesters in London
Police made no arrests during the protests in London
A man has appeared in court following protests against cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.

Uman Javed, 26, was charged with soliciting murder and was remanded in custody when he appeared at Bow Street Magistrates' Court in London

Mr Javed, of Washwood Heath Road, Birmingham, was also charged with using words likely to stir up racial hatred.

The married father-of-one, who was arrested on Wednesday, will appear again at the Old Bailey on 7 April.

Two other men charged over the demonstrations outside the Danish Embassy in London on 3 February have been released on bail.

Abdul Rahman Saleem, 31, of Mellish Street, east London and Omar Zaheer, 26, of Derwent Road, Southall, west London, face public order charges and are due before magistrates on 31 March.


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