09:44 - 05/25/2017
It revealed the British newspaper The Times, Thursday, new information about the suicide bomber who carried out by a British man of Libyan origin in the complex concerts in Manchester.
According to the newspaper, the vassal / information /, that "the imam of Mecca mosque in the city of Leeds Asim reader, explaining the position of the imams of Britain and all Muslims of the suicide attack," noting in a commentary published by The Times, said that "Salman Abidi carries a Muslim name, but his attack despicable does not represent Islam and Muslims, as it does not represent a murderer Joe Cox, the former MP in the British House of Commons, the citizens of Yorkshire. "
He stressed that "what he did to my servants proved that he did not fear Allaah did not care for humanity, killing innocent life is one of the greatest sins in Islam," adding that "the ideology of the organization of the Islamic state, is working not to live Muslims and non-Muslims in peace in a society such as British society, if coexistence together peacefully prove that the organization was wrong, and when we stand together and affirm that he will not win. "
He called on Muslims in Britain to "continue to address the stresses education, education, commitment and instil confidence in the young underdog," and urged the need to work to "define what it means to be a Muslim and Britain in the atheist and the twentieth century, and focus on the non-contradiction between being a Muslim and Britain at the same time, or be followers of the Islamic faith and embrace tolerance, justice, equality, civil liberties and the rule of law values. "
Asim revealed that "terrorist attacks seek to deepen the divisions of society, spreading hatred, suspicion, fear and anger, and thus cause Muslims more damage, this attack succeeded in his mission, according to Imam," pointing out that "the masterminds of the attacks do not want the British Muslim feels that he in his own country. " It ended 25 n