Muslim community prays for victims of Norway attacksNo Comments | July 2011
May God protect all innocent and decent people from such hateful and barbaric acts in future
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat condemns absolutely the horrific killings that took place last Friday in Norway. Such an attack serves no purpose other than to destroy the peace of a society and to bring devastation to the nation and the wider world.
In response to this incident, the world Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad has said:
“Just a few days ago a horrific incident occurred in Norway where scores people were killed in a bomb and gun attack. May God grant patience to the people of Norway and particularly to those who have been directly affected by this tragedy and may He also guide those who plot such hateful acts to the error of their ways.
Our thoughts and prayers are always with those people who have been attacked or victimised. May God protect all innocent and decent people from such hateful and barbaric acts in future. There are so many conflicts taking place in the world today and so it is imperative that we all pray for humanity and for world peace.”
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