Thursday, December 22, 2016

Germany: Berlin's Muslim Ahmadis issue strong message at vigil


Good Morning Britain's Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford tweeted an image of a group of men with the slogan emblazoned on their tops.

A group of men wore t-shirts reading 'love for all, hate for none' at the vigil in Berlin.
 Credit: Twitter | GMB/Richard Gaisford
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Source/Credit: ITV News
By ITV News | December 20, 2016

"Love for all, hate for none". Strong message from #Berlin's Muslim community at tonight's' vigil in closed Christmas market #BerlinAttack

A group of men wore t-shirts reading 'love for all, hate for none' at the vigil in Berlin.

Members of Berlin's Muslim Ahmadi community have sent out a message at the city's vigil for victims of the Christmas market attack, wearing t-shirts reading: "Love for all, hate for none."

The so-called Islamic State earlier claimed responsibility for the killings as the hunt continues for the perpetrator of the attack.

Good Morning Britain's Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford tweeted an image of a group of men with the slogan emblazoned on their tops.





Last updated Wed 21 Dec 2016

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