Ahmadiyya Muslims hold special prayers for terror victims

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Ahmadiyya Muslims hold special prayers for terror victims

Following the Westminster terrorist attacks, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK is holding a special remembrance service at Western Europe's largest mosque at Friday prayers.
Thousands gathered to pray for the victims and their families as part of the community's nationwide United Against Extremism campaign.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim community has condemned the senseless and brutal killing and injuring of innocent people at Westminster on Wednesday.

It stands united with one voice to condemn this attack and is determined not to let the terrorists divide society.

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