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Ahmadiyya Muslims pledge up to £365,000 for charity in Newham walk

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Ahmadiyya Muslims, regarded non-Muslims by Pakistan, hope to overcome hatred they face across the world by funding good causes in East London with money donated by Ahmadis across the UK.Speaking at the walk’s launch dinner, which 85 charity representatives and Stephen Timms MP attended, Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association president Dr Ijaz Ur Rehman said the scheme was part of his …

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Scotland Yard vows to protect minority Muslim group after ‘sectarian killing’ of Ahmadi shopkeeper in Glasgow

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• Slain Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah was part of Ahmadiyya community • Killing was feared to have been sectarian attack against his branch of Islam • Head of Scotland Yard warned attacks on Ahmadi Muslims will not be tolerated • Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe promised ‘robust’ action to stamp out such crime Britain’s most senior police officer has vowed to protect …

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Police Officer’s Promise After Shopkeeper’s Death

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Britain’s most senior police officer has vowed to protect the Islamic community after the killing of a Muslim shopkeeper in Glasgow. Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe told worshippers at the country’s largest mosque, Baitul Futuh in Morden, south London, that his officers will keep them safe.Asad Shah, 40, an Ahmadi Muslim, was stabbed to death outside his convenience shop in …

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Police chief visits Mosque to pledge protection after Asad Shah death

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Britain’s most senior police officer has vowed to protect the Islamic community after the death of a Muslim shopkeeper in Glasgow. Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe told worshippers at the country’s largest mosque, Baitul Futuh in Morden, south London, that his officers will keep them safe. Asad Shah, 40, an Ahmadi Muslim, was stabbed to death outside his convenience shop …

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David Cameron backs campaign against extremism after death of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah

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Asad Shah was fatally stabbed outside his shop in the city’s Shawlands area in March.Angus Robertson, the SNP’s leader at Westminster, called on the Prime Minister to back the United Against Extremism campaign launched in the wake of Mr Shah’s death. He said: “It’s believed that the recent murder of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah was religiously motivated and this week …

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Prime Minister backs anti-extremism campaign after shopkeeper death

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Prime Minister David Cameron has given his full support to a campaign against extremism following the killing of a Muslim shopkeeper in Glasgow. Asad Shah, 40, was stabbed last month. He was an Ahmadiyya, a group known for its peaceful interfaith concerns.Murder accused Tanveer Ahmed, 32, from Bradford, later said he killed Mr Shah as he falsely claimed to be …

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