Hundreds will be demonstrating in London against Sharia and religious laws and in support of secularism and universal rights on Sunday 20 June 2010. The rally organised by the One Law for All Campaign will be held from 1400-1600 hours at Richmond Terrace junction with Whitehall opposite Downing Street.(Please note venue change from Trafalgar Square made by police; closest underground: Westminster.) On the day of the rally, the Campaign will make public its new report entitled: "Sharia Law in Britain: A Threat to One Law for All and Equal Rights". In the report, One Law for All outlines what Sharia law is and how it is practised in Britain, exposing how Sharia Councils and Muslim Arbitration Tribunals circumvent British law and human rights legislation. It reveals the gross injustices to women and children in particular. In conclusion, the report reiterates the need to end Sharia and all religious courts on the basis that they work against, and not for, equality and human rights. After the One Law for All rally, there will be a march organised by Iran Solidarity from 1600-1700 hours. The march will move from Richmond Terrace Junction to a protest at the embassy of the Islamic regime of Iran. According to Spokesperson, Maryam Namazie, "whilst racist and far right groups like the English Defence League and the British Nationalist Party blame 'Muslim immigration' for Sharia law in order to further their inhuman agenda, it is people living under Islamic laws or the many who have fled Sharia and sought refuge here who are the principal victims of Islamism, and in the forefront of the struggle against it. Within this context, the One Law for All Campaign and the fight against Sharia law in Britain is an important front in the ongoing battle of people in Iran and everywhere against Islamism and for freedom, equality and secularism." The march will culminate in a protest rally in front of the embassy of the Islamic regime of Iran (16 Prince's Gate, London, SW7 1PT; closest underground: Knightsbridge). The event will end at 1730 hours. Notes: 1. Confirmed speakers and performers at the London rally include: AK47 (Street Poet); Asad Abbas (Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain); R Y Alam (Poet); Adam Barnett (Musician); [a speaker from] (One Law for All); David Fisher (Singer/ Songwriter); Lilith (Street Poet); Lyrical Agent (Emcee); Rony Miah (Lawyers’ Secular Society); Maryam Namazie (One Law for All and Iran Solidarity); Gerard Phillips (National Secular Society); Naomi Phillips (British Humanist Association); Fariborz Pooya (Iranian Secular Society); Brent Lee Regan (Emcee); Yasmin Rehman (Women's Rights Campaigner); Gita Sahgal (Activist); Muriel Seltman (Activist); Sohaila Sharifi (Equal Rights Now); Peter Tatchell (Human Rights Campaigner); and others. We will also screen a segment of a major new film for HBO called For Neda by director Anthony Thomas.