Monday, June 19, 2017

UK: Dr Irfan Malik of Ahmadiyya Community Nottingham Calls for Unity Following Finsbury Park Mosque Attack


"There is anxiety across all of Great Britain at the moment after what happened in London and Manchester as well. I don't think Nottingham is different to any other city, we all need to be cautious and alert whatever city we're in."

Times of Ahmad | News Watch |
Source/Credit: Notingham Post /
By TOA/Excerpt | June 19, 2017

A call for unity has been made in Nottingham in the wake of a terror attack in London.
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Dr Irfan Malik, member of the Nottingham branch of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association said:

"I'm very sorry to hear another attack has taken place in London.

"Any extremist, they just want to increase hate and divide our communities. It's important not to buy into their narratives, whichever direction they're coming from.

"All of our communities now, whether faith groups or of no faith, need to fight hard hard and stand together against all forms of extremism and terrorism.

"There is anxiety across all of Great Britain at the moment after what happened in London and Manchester as well. I don't think Nottingham is different to any other city, we all need to be cautious and alert whatever city we're in.

"I was in London most of yesterday and life goes on. We should continue to live as normal as possible and not let extremists win."


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