(CNN)Imams and Muslim youth from around the UK drove to Manchester, England on Tuesday in a display of solidarity after the city’s deadly terror attack.
Zishan Ahmad, an imam at London’s Baitul Futuh Mosque, made the 8-hour round trip to pay tribute to the victims at a vigil outside Manchester City Hall.
He joined about 50 members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association — and hundreds of others who attended the solemn event.
The AMYA members held banners that read “Love for all, hatred for none.”
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