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All terrorism and extremism are against the true teachings of Islam

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 IN light of the tragic attacks that have taken place, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association issued this statement. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community strongly condemns the barbaric attacks that took place in Westminster.Our sympathies and prayers are with the people of London and all those affected. Such attacks and violence against innocent people can never be justified under any circumstances. The …

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Praise for a story of hope, faith and commitment that built a children’s hospice

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The battle to get a children’s hospice for Berkshire has been praised as ‘an incredible story of hope, faith and commitment’. The comment was made by Cllr Atiq Ahmad Bhatti, social media co-ordinator for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association Slough and Burnham, as the organisation presented a cheque for £500 to the co-founder of the new hospice Fiona Devine. Cllr …

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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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Wounded London moves past Westminster Bridge attack

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British citizens have been wounded by the blasphemous attack on freedom on London’s Westminster Bridge, which has resulted in the death of four people, including Metropolitan Policeman PC Palmer. British, French, Romanians, South Koreans, Germans, Polish, Irish, Chinese, Italians, Americans and Greeks were admitted to hospital. This was an attack on the democratic values of all faiths and ethnicities. But …

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‘Love for all, hatred for none’: Watford Muslims pay respect to terror attack victims

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Watford Muslims joined thousands of people on Westminster Bridge to pay their respects to the four people who were killed in last week’s terror attack. At 2.40pm on Wednesday, a week after Khalid Masood killed three pedestrians and stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death, crowds fell silent. Members of the Watford Chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community were among the …

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Croydon ‘stood shoulder to shoulder’ with London a week on from terrorist attack

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Croydon “stood shoulder to shoulder” with London to remember those who lost their lives in the Westminster terrorist attack last week. The Mayor of Croydon and councillors were joined by the borough’s faith and community leaders at a ceremony at the Town Hall on Wednesday. In Westminster, young people from Croydon’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) joined hundreds of other …

atharCroydon ‘stood shoulder to shoulder’ with London a week on from terrorist attack