Newly-formed anti-Islam group All Football Fans/Firms Against Islamification took part in a march through Dudley town centre on Saturday, protesting at plans to build a new £18million mosque in the town.
Around 200 people joined the rally, which was the third anti-mosque demonstration in Dudley this year.
In February, the English Defence League returned to the Black Country to protest against the mosque plans. Police arrested 30 people after clashes between the EDL and supporters of Unite Against Fascism.
The EDL had previously marched through the town in April 2010, when 2,000 joined the protest.
A simultaneous ‘Love Dudley, Hate Racism’ event started at the town hall and walked to lunch in the community centre at the mosque in Birmingham Road.