The world's media covered the anti-Pope demonstration which included some 12,000 peaceful participants. There were very large number of camera crews filming the event hfowever ew of them noticed the 50 strong group of militant Muslims gathered by Wellington's Memorial and armed with megaphones. The Police had put themselves between the Catholics leaving Hyde Park and the screaming, taunting black clad militants Muslims. This angry group consisted of masked adults, placard waving kids and a group of about 15 women in full burkhas. All of them were intent on advising the throng of Christians that Allah was the one true God and that anyone who said different was in big trouble. Having filmed them from the front as they screamed abuse and anti-Christian rhetoric at the crowd leaving the park I went behind the group to get some shots from within the mass of screaming Allah-botherers. Next thing I know I'm surrounded by bearded shouting loonies telling me that I'm not allowed to enter their area... Apparently it's closed to non-believers. This is of course is on the green that surrounds Wellington's memorial. I asked them what they were on about and suggested that we discussed this ban on my right to walk in a Royal Park with the cops- as I moved forward I was grabbed by a bloke with a 'steward' arm-band. He ranted and threatened a bit and after being asked by me to calm down - told me I was a dead man. He then tried to put the nut on me in a very sad and ineffective manner. It was comical - and as I pointed out to him - it was clear he had never tried to head-butt anyone before. Things took a turn for a worse and I was shoved around a bit until the plod turned up. Despite the fact I had been assaulted, threatened and pushed about, the old bill told me to leave the area. I explained that as far as I was concerned a protester with an arm-band, no matter what his religion shouldn't be able to dictate where I can and cannot go with in a Royal park. In the scuffle that ensued as I left the area it was made clear to me that reason that I had upset these ****-wits was because I had dared to stand too close (about 3m) to the women in their group - and being that I was a filthy non-Muslim I was disrespecting them. These were the same hooded harridans that were abusing the Catholics leaving the Pope's shindig whilst wearing the Burkahs. This happened today, Saturday, but you won't see any of the above on the television in the UK as it's a 'little sensitive', despite the fact I was filming though-out the incident. This sort of stuff is normally like water of the proverbial duck's back and all in a days work - but I have to say I would gladly like to hurt the little ****** in the armband.