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Bridge tribute to Westminster attack victims

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Thousands of people have come together to mark one week since the Westminster attack, in which four victims and the attacker died. Police officers, doctors and hundreds of members of a Muslim youth association were among those walking across Westminster Bridge in memory. Leeds, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and Birmingham also had events. Earlier, inquests into the victims’ deaths were opened …

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‘Love for all, hatred for none’: hundreds gather for Westminster vigil

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Hundreds of people gathered on Westminster bridge and outside the Houses of Parliament to pay their respects to the four people who were killed in last week’s terror attack in central London. At 2.40pm on Wednesday, precisely a week after Khalid Masood drove into crowds of tourists and passersby on the bridge before stabbing to death a police officer at …

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Westminster attack: Muslim schoolgirls and police among thousands of people holding hands in bridge vigil

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Muslim schoolgirls, police officers, faith leaders and tourists were among thousands of people who joined hands on Westminster Bridge in a show of defiance a week after a terror attack that killed four people. The vigil came before crowds held an 82-second silence at 2.40pm, to mark the time Khalid Masood launched his massacre. Nurses and doctors from St Thomas’ …

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Muslims from Bait ul Ahad Mosque in Walthamstow join vigil in Westminster to mark anniversary of terror attack

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MEMBERS of a minority Muslim sect joined police officers on Westminster Bridge to mark the one week anniversary of a terrorist attack. Hundreds of Ahmadiyya Muslims held flowers and banners that read ‘Love for all, hatred for none’ at the vigil to show solidarity with the victims. On Wednesday March 22 Khalid Masood bowed down pedestrians on the bridge with …

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Leeds faith groups unite one week on from Westminster terror attack Read more

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The event took place outside the Parkinson Building, University of Leeds, and was attended by more than 20 people from different faith groups. Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community held up a sign that read “Love for all, hatred for none.” Speeches were made by Reverend Canon Sam Corley, senior priest at Leeds City Team, Rabbi Jason Kleiman from the …

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Thousands pay tribute on Westminster Bridge after terror attack

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Last week, we reported on Muslim women joining a vigil to condemn the Westminster terror attacks. It was a beautiful tribute from people of all backgrounds, organised by Women’s March London. However, there were some who saw the picture and immediately looked for something to criticise, asking: ‘Where are the Muslim men?’ Well… They’re here. Along with Muslim women, Christians, Jews, …

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