An imam, who was praised for his response to an assault exterior a mosque in London, has condemned the shootings in New Zealand and known as for higher motion in opposition to far-right extremism.
Mohammed Mahmoud criticised those that perpetuate a “narrative of otherness” in the direction of Muslims.
He was talking after dozens of worshippers had been killed at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The rampage was filmed by a gunman espousing racist, anti-immigrant views.
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.