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Ahmadiyya with other Muslim women dressed in headscarves stand hand-in-hand on Westminster Bridge in solidarity with the victims of London terror attack.

Source: The Daily Mail She was joined by fellow Ahmadiyya Muslims who said they wanted to add to the condemnation of the violent attack and stand defiant in the face of terrorism. Sarah Waseem, 57, from Surrey, said: ‘When an attack happens in London, it is an attack on me. ‘It is […]

UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s message at Trafalgar Square vigil after the Westminster attack

Source: https://uk.news.yahoo.com/asked-people-trafalgar-square-vigil-211504126.html Zishan Ahmad, 25, an imam View photos (Grace Rahman/PA) More His message: Love for all hatred for none. Ahmad is from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, and said their South West London mosque is the biggest in Western Europe. “That’s our motto,” he said about his message. “We believe that […]

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Sussex condemned London attacks, offer sincerest condolences

Source: http://www.wscountytimes.co.uk/news/terrorist-in-london-attacks-may-have-had-links-with-crawley-1-7880712 Ahsan Ahmedi is the regional president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, based at the Noor Mosque in Langley Green. Mr Ahmedi, condemned the attacks as ‘evil’ and said: “Our prayers for those who have been injured in the attack and also for those who have suffered trauma through […]

Ireland: Irish Imam of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemns London attack; expressed deepest condolences to affected families.

Source: http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/westminster-terror-attack-irish-imams-fear-attack-will-fuel-hatred-of-islam-445984.html Imam Ibrahim Noonan of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community condemned the London attack and expressed his deepest condolences to all the families. “There are no words that I can express to explain why these attacks are happening and have happened throughout Europe and, like many, I too am worried about […]

UK: Ahmadiyya Muslims among the Intrafaith groups that gathered for candlelit vigil at Trafalgar Square

Source: http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/london-attack-how-last-nights-candlelit-vigil-united-the-capital-a3498706.html London attack: how last night’s candlelit vigil united the capital Crowds gathered at Trafalgar Square to pay peaceful tribute to victims of Parliament attack By SAMUEL FISHWICK A stillness settled on Trafalgar Square last night as thousands gathered at a candlelit vigil to remember the victims of Wednesday’s attack. “We have come together […]