Ahmadiyya Muslims in Leamington condemn Westminster terror attack
Muslims in Leamington have condemned the terror attack which took place at Westminster yesterday afternoon.
Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, who worship at the Baitul Ehsan Centre in Adelaide Road, have said they “strongly condemn the barbaric attack”.
They added: “Our sympathies and prayers are with the people of London and all those affected.
“Such attacks and violence against innocent people can never be justified under any circumstances.”
Four people were killed in the attack as a knifeman in a car drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before fatally stabbing a police officer guarding the Houses of Parliament.
Isis has claimed responsibility for the Westminster incident but it frequently claims responsibility for terror attacks that it has not directly orchestrated or facilitated, but that are publicly linked to its ideology.