Religious leaders come together to boost community cohesion following Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris

Source:The Huddersfield daily Examiner.

Religious leaders came together on Saturday to help tackle prejudice and discrimination.

Head of local religious groups from the Hindu, Christian, Sikh and Islamic communities met at the Baitul Tauhid Mosque in Fartown to discuss what could be done to foster better community relations.

The special event was organised by the Huddersfield Ahmadiyya Muslim Association following the attacks by Jihadist terrorists in Paris last month.

Also present at the event was Yorkshire Conservative MEP Timothy Kirkhope, who listened to debates and discussions and joined in a question and answer session involving members of the public.


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  1. The problem is that all those who attended the meeting are of course not ‘the problem’. It is like ‘preaching to the converted’. The question is how to reach the ‘problem targets’. The ‘haters’ on all sides.

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