An imam, who used to be praised for his reaction to an assault outdoor a mosque in London, has condemned the shootings in New Zealand and referred to as for higher motion in opposition to far-right extremism.
Mohammed Mahmoud criticised those that perpetuate a “narrative of otherness” in opposition to Muslims.
He used to be talking after dozens of worshippers have been killed at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The rampage used to be filmed through a gunman espousing racist, anti-immigrant perspectives.
Imam Mohammed Mahmoud made headlines when he stood guard over a person who drove a van into Muslims in Finsbury Park, London, in June 2017.