“Murder is murder – there is no justification and the evil that extremists perpetrate will only serve to tear apart the fabric of the nation.”
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the UK condemned the attacks on Pakistani churches calling those “heinous” acts.
The community was reacting to the two Taliban suicide bombers attacks on churches in Lahore on Sunday which left at least fifteen people dead and scores of injured in the aftermath.
Rafiq Hayat, National President Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK, sympathized with the victims saying he shares their pain. “As targets of extremists, we know only too well the pain that is caused by such murderous extremism.”
“Our hearts go out to those who have suffered in this latest indiscriminate killing,” Hayat said. “Murder is murder – there is no justification and the evil that extremists perpetrate will only serve to tear apart the fabric of the nation.”
Ahmadiyya Muslims are the world’s largest organised Muslim community with membership exceeding 160 million is established in more than 205 countries and territories of world.