7/7, one year on: MQI urges Home Office to improve its efforts

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A year on from the tragic 7/7 bombings in London, British Muslims are united in denouncing those criminal acts that were perpetrated against humanity. The leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI), Shaykh Dr Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri speaking at the 'Muslims of Europe Conference' in Turkey on 2 July made his feelings about terrorism crystal clear. Addressing delegates from Muslim communities around Europe, Dr Qadri said, "Terrorism has no religion; it is a social and criminal phenomenon caused by various reasons.
[6th July 2006] A year on from the tragic 7/7 bombings in London, British Muslims are united in denouncing those criminal acts that were perpetrated against humanity. The leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI), Shaykh Dr Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri speaking at the 'Muslims of Europe Conference' in Turkey on 2 July made his feelings about terrorism crystal clear. Addressing delegates from Muslim communities around Europe, Dr Qadri said, "Terrorism has no religion; it is a social and criminal phenomenon caused by various reasons. Islam is based on plurality rather than individuality, it demands harmonization and integration." MQI has been actively working with the Muslim community to improve integration into British society and encouraging Muslims, both men and women, to play an active role in society. MQI urges all Muslim representative forums to open their hearts and minds and work together towards this aim. MQI also urges the Home Office to improve its efforts to work closely with the grass-roots, mainstream, and moderate Muslims organizations that are working with the younger generation of British society in order to prevent further tragedies of this kind. [ENDS] For further information, please contact the Media Secretary of MQI Shahid Mursaleen on 07970705927.