Mohammed Shafiq, Chief Executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, comments on the Woolwich attack:
“I wish to condemn the evil and barbaric crime carried out today in Woolwich. Our immediate thoughts are with the family and friends of the victims. From whatever angle you see today’s attack it was at every level evil.
“We must allow the police to gather all the facts before unnecessary speculation and wait for the facts before determining its impact on our country.But what happens in the days to come, London and our nation will come together and will not be divided. The terrorists will never win and succeed in their evil plans. But tonight we think of the family of that soldier killed.”
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