Young people from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Keighley were out last weekend collecting funds to support people affected by the terrorist bombing in Manchester, which occurred only two weeks before the latest killings in London.
Children from Keighley as young as seven were at Booths supermarket, in Ilkley, raising funds for the Manchester Emergency Fund through the British Red Cross.
Dr Adeem Rubani, youth leader for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Keighley, said: “We’d like to thank the people of Ilkley for their amazing generosity and kind words.
“As always, we totally condemn the recent attacks in Manchester and London. The individuals who carry them out do not represent our religion at all, and we’ll do all we can to win the hearts of the people of our beloved country through our good deeds.
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