THE 7/7 atrocity has not had a long-term harmful impact on community relations says a Muslim group.
The long-running inquest is continuing into the attacks in London on July 7, 2005, which involved former Huddersfield man Jermaine Lindsay who blew himself up along with innocent underground passengers near Russell Square underground station.
But the Ahmadiyya Muslims in Huddersfield say it has not damaged community relations in the long-term and its worldwide leader strongly condemned the attacks.
The Spiritual Head of the 160 million-strong international Ahmadiyya Muslim community, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, said about the 7/7 atrocities: “The perpetrators demonstrated a total disregard for the sanctity of human life and an obsession for violence.
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