Saturday's rally in the rain for free expression was a damp squib.
As British historian David Irving is imprisoned in Austria for Holocaust denial, read this spiked article first published in December last year.
Saturday's demonstration of moderate Muslims was presented as a peaceful counter to last week's aggressive gathering. In fact, similar resentments seemed to simmer beneath both.
His incarceration for incitement is the political equivalent of a panto villain being booed off stage by excitable kids.
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London) on the religious hatred bill.
Must-reads from the past week
There should be no 'No Platform' policy for Hizb ut-Tahrir - or anybody else.
Why should the authorities have the right to shut up both Make Poverty History and the BNP?
An Australian Muslim says that Victoria's laws against incitement to religious hatred have sown division, and undermined freedom of speech, thought and conscience.
How does a film director based in France who is a fugitive from the USA sue a US publisher and win? By taking his case to 'a town called Sue'.
Ex-Labour MP George Galloway was defamed, but his victory under English libel law is nothing to celebrate.