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New Delhi, August 17, 2016 | UPDATED 15:30 IST

Love all, hate none: More than 30,000 Muslims protest against religious extremism

More than 30,000 Muslims from across the world gathered in Hampshire, United Kingdom, to protest against the Islamic State and to reject religious extremism.


  • Over 30,000 Muslims came together to reject religious extremism.
  • Event was organised to celebrate 50th annual Jalsa Salana.
  • Religious movement’s philosophy values tolerance over extremism.

To spread the message of “love for all, hated for none”, more than 30,000 Muslims from all over the world came together at Oakland Farm in Alton, Hampshire, United Kingdom.

In a three-day event, these Muslims rejected religious extremism and protested against the Islamic State, reported the Independent. The event was organised to celebrate the 50th annual Jalsa Salana, an annual convention and gathering for Ahmadiyya Muslims.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a sect of Islam and was founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian in 1889 in Punjab, British India.

The religious movement’s philosophy values tolerance over extremism. The community built London’s first mosque in 1926 and now has 129 branches across… continue reading at

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