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Ahmadiyya Muslims observe silence and say prayers for Tunisia victims

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  The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK is united in grief and stands in solidarity with the rest of Britain to observe the national one minute’s silence for victims of last week’s Tunisia attacks. As the silence falls on the Muslim holy day of Friday, Ahmadiyya Muslims will also remember the victims in the prayers that follow. Rafiq Hayat, National President …

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Islamic leader from Newham says 7/7 terror should be fought with peace

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Basharat Ahmad, 55, works with other Ahmadiyyas to spread their motto “love for all hatred for none” and believes the attack, which killed Plaistow’s Shahara Islam, was not Islamic. “Islam is a religion of peace, what is happening in the name of Islam is un-Islamic,” he said. “Our Ahmadiyya community has been in the UK for 100 years promoting peace. …

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WOKING’S Ahmadiyya Muslims have backed the Government’s action to root out extremism

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A bill that features plans for ‘extremism disruption’ designed to restrict those trying to radicalise youngsters was recently included in The Queen’s speech, and Prime Minister David Cameron included the bill after referring to the UK as a ‘passively tolerant society’. The Ahmadiyya Muslim community has been actively engaged in spreading the peaceful message of Islam for more than 125 years. …

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Halesowen Muslims declare its wrong to link extremism with Islam

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THE Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Halesowen supports the Government’s action to root out extremism. Any genuine attempt to curb extremism is to be welcomed. No true Muslim could contemplate acting against the laws of the land and so if he or she does, then strict law enforcement in such cases is necessary. However, we do not agree that the term ‘Islamic …

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Hillingdon mosque hosts inter-faith event for start of Ramadhan

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TO mark the start of the holy month of Ramadhan, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Hillingdon held an interfaith event, titled The Significance of Fasting, at the Baitul Amn Mosque in Royal Lane, Hillingdon. The event was attended by 85 guests, including the Mayor of Hillingdon, a Rabbi, several priests and individuals from many different religions, professions and backgrounds. Guests …

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Collective Action Needed to Tackle Extremism

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK supports the Government’s action to root out extremism. Rafiq Hayat, National President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK said: “Any genuine attempt to curb extremism is to be welcomed. No true Muslim could contemplate acting against the laws of the land and so if he or she does, then strict law enforcement in such cases is necessary. …

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