Mosques in the region have urged worshippers to stay away from the event.
Government officials held the talks at the Aisha Mosque in Walsall where a homemade bomb was discovered close to the building last month.
The congregation at Ahmadiyya Muslim mosques in Wolverhampton, Walsall, Blackheath and Birmingham have been advised during daily prayers to stay away from Birmingham during the event.
Mr Mohammed Yaseen Khan, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Wolverhampton, which runs the Bait-ul-Ata Mosque in Willenhall Road, said: “We are very law-abiding citizens but we do not want them to get involved in any lawlessness.” The 60-year-old added: “We have also increased security because people are feeling sensitive and insecure.”
Councillor Ahmadul Haque is a governor of the Jalalia Educational Institute, a centre for Islamic teaching in Tipton close to the Kanz-ul-Iman Muslim Welfare and …continue reading @ expressandstar.com