The Oxford Foundation will be delivering an important event supported by multi-faith organisations to highlight the need for UK communities to be united in peace and against violent extremism of all persuasions.
The evening will comprise contributions from Mike Haines (brother of David Haines, British humanitarian brutally killed by the terrorist group ‘IS’ in September 2014) and Ahmad Nawaz, a young survivor of the terrorist attack on the school in Peshawar, Pakistan, in which his younger brother Haris and his 131 school friends were killed by the Pakistani Taliban, as well readings interspersed with silence and music.
Imam Monawar Hussain, Founder, The Oxford Foundation has been working with multi-faith organisations highlighting that UK communities are all united in peace, united against violent extremism of all persuasions.
He produces events showing the core teachings of all our traditions – the teachings of love, compassion, peace, understanding and respect for each other as opposed to the ugliness of violence, division and hatred advocated by extremists. essentially promoting peace and unity across all religions and agnostic people.
Imam Monawar Hussain says:
“We will defeat violent extremism through our unity and through firmly holding on to and living out these core teachings at the heart of all the world’s great traditions.”
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