Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK group in Sheffield attended vigils for the victims in both Sheffield and Manchester last night. Saleem Ahmad, president of the group, said: “Never can such attacks be justified in any shape or form and so all forms of terrorism and extremism must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. “May God comfort the bereaved and those affected in any way.”
Muslim community leaders in Sheffield have called for unity and an end to terror attacks like the suicide bombing that took 22 lives in Manchester. They spoke out after suicide bomber Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated an explosive device outside the Manchester Arena on Monday night. Sheffield woman Kelly Brewster is reportedly among the dead.
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