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Archbishop of Canterbury Mar 17
Today, Archbishop and I are calling to suspend public worship to help stem the spread of . We must be a radically different church for now – but one that’s hopeful, prayerful and committed to serving others:
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MCB Mar 16
STATEMENT: MCB calls for the suspension of all congregational activities at UK mosques and Islamic centres | 16th March, 2020
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Mash Joy Mar 6
Someone ask me how I contribute to interfaith as a . I gave my parish priest these rosary and he said one of his first prayers will be for me as a Muslim. That's interfaith. We go beyond our differences and pray for each other as brothers. .
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Christian Muslim Forum Mar 9
Our Trustee, Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra offered a prayer during the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey today.
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Qari Asim MBE Feb 20
Reports of Stabbing Regents Park while everyone was getting ready for prayer. Reassuring mosques across the country. Remain Vigilant but resilient in the face of identity based violence,
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Lord Nick Bourne Feb 20
Despicable attack at a holy place. Thoughts very much with the victim of this awful attack and others at prayer and worship in the mosque.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Feb 20
My sympathy is with those in shock after the stabbing at the London Central Mosque. Please join me in praying for healing for the victim and for peace across our communities.
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Ibrahim Mogra Feb 16
Off to St. George’s College Jerusalem to join fellow faculty members for delivery of our Sharing Perspectives course. This year’s participants are from Africa, Europe, Asia and North America
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Wahida Shaffi Feb 14
Thank you & wish you well in Iona 🌷Great to spend time with you & friends from yesterday. It was a good opportunity to share the by & engage in conversations about
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Samra NNGreaterManchester Feb 15
Farewell gathering of my friend + colleague who has played a valuable role in the Rochdale community + beyond. I am forever in debt 4 your support in my inter faith relations journey. You will b greatly missed by us ALL!!
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Christian Muslim Forum Feb 11
This is horrible. Imagine like this dropping into your inbox after a distorted press report. Imam Qari Asim is most certainly appreciated in this country - by Christians & by many others. Rising must be tackled urgently & a definition agreed
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Kaneez Khan Feb 10
Truly sustaining to see the very real support has from across different faiths and backgrounds, a real testament to the work he has done nationally and internationally. He is one of our local Leeds imams who works tirelessly to spread the message of peace and unity.
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Catholic Church Feb 10
. is committed to interfaith work promoting understanding and dialogue among faith leaders for the common good. In 2017, after the London Bridge terror attack he brought together Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders to pray for the victims and emergency services.
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Qari Asim MBE Feb 9
Sunday Times has published a non-story about me My comments: I cherish . 'The critique of political and theological ideas must be defended – while drawing a clear line when it comes to hatred against Muslims for being Muslim'
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David Anderson Feb 10
Like many others on this platform from and to , and , I admire and am mystified by what looks like a media hatchet job.
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Lord Nick Bourne Feb 10
I was dismayed to see unwarranted criticisms of in the media.Imam Qari Asim has provided outstanding leadership in opposing hate crime and fighting islamophobia, working with others of differing faiths.He deserves our thanks.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Feb 9
Imam Qari Asim is an outstanding leader and friend, committed to the common good. Having named views other than his own in order to confront them, he merits attention and respect, not distortion. British Muslims, and all of us, deserve better journalism.
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Toby Howarth Feb 9
Listen to what Qari Asim actually said before condemning him. We greatly value his nuanced wisdom and integrity at the Christian Muslim Forum.
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Joshua Ralston Feb 9
it seems impossible to have a coherent and complex discussion about liberalism's limits without intelligent and passionate Muslims like being attacked by those interested in hit pieces or cheap political points
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Christian Muslim Forum Feb 9
"My own view is that we need to challenge hatred ... it is inevitable that sometimes people will be offended by the free speech of others" Disappointing that a statement has been necessary. has the full support of the Christian Muslim Forum.
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