The goal according to the message - sent by a new anonymous separatist organisation called Democratic Tsunami - was to "paralyse" the airport, just as protesters did in Hong Kong last month.
Hong Kong officers apologized to Muslim leaders Monday after riot police sprayed a mosque and bystanders with a water cannon whereas making an attempt to include pro-democracy demonstrations within the semiautonomous Chinese language metropolis.
Pro-democracy protestors have beaten those who disagree with them, albeit in spurts of mob anger during rallies.
Protesters earlier threw petrol bombs at the nearby Tsim Sha Tsui police station after police inside fired volleys of tear gas to disperse protesters on the street.
Police used water cannon trucks to disperse protesters, spraying jets of blue dye into the crowds and sending hundreds fleeing.
"The police must know who is a protester and who is a resident".
Representatives from the police force including senior officers later went to the mosque, located at the intersection of Nathan Road and Haiphong Road, to explain the police move to representatives of the mosque. At one stage they rushed protesters and detained one person.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters are set for another weekend of civil disobedience as they prepare to hold an unauthorized protest march to press their demands. Several Chinese banks were targeted.
The crisis in the Chinese-ruled city also poses the biggest popular challenge to China's President Xi Jinping since he took power.
China runs Hong Kong under a "one country, two systems" model that grants the hub certain liberties but ensures the city's leadership, ultimately answers to Beijing.
But it has remained largely silent on the attacks carried out against pro-democracy figures.
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A more radical faction of mainly young protesters later clashed with riot police.
For the first few hours, the march was peaceful. Other posters read "HongKongers Resist", while graffiti on one wall said "Better Dead than Red".
Lam and her ministers are thus left with few options beyond ordering the protests to be quelled by police, who are now facing unprecedented levels of public hostility and violence.
Yet so far, all the major steps taken by Beijing-backed city leader Carrie Lam have failed to deal a decisive blow against the movement or dissuade protesters from hitting the streets.
"I accept the chief executive's apology in principle, but apologizing to me alone does not solve this whole matter", he said.
Also Saturday, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said the murder suspect whose case inadvertently helped ignite the city's protest movement wants to surrender to authorities in Taiwan after he's released from prison later this week for a different offence.
Protesters are angry that police did not act quickly enough to protect pro-democracy activists and commuters from the July 21 gang assault at the Yuen Long metro, and at what they say is a slow investigation into the incident. "You can't do this in an worldwide city", she said, adding she was not afraid of being arrested.
Protesters have five core demands: universal suffrage, an independent inquiry into police action against protesters, amnesty for those charged, an end to describing protesters as rioters, and the formal withdrawal of the extradition bill.
And while Lam and Beijing have said some economic gripes have fanned public anger, they have dismissed the idea that Hong Kongers have any legitimate political grievances.
"Cases like these raise real concerns about whether Apple and other large USA entities will bow to growing Chinese demands rather than lose access to more than a billion Chinese consumers", said the letter sent Friday and co-signed by senators Marco Rubio and Ron Wyden and representatives Mike Gallagher and Tom Malinowski.