Japan’s Ahmadiyya Muslims condemn Bangladesh terrorist attack


Muslims living in Japan condemned the July 1 terrorist attack in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka as they prayed for the victims at mosques across Japan.

Anees Ahmad Nadeem, 38, who serves as a chief missionary at a mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan in Tsushima, Aichi Prefecture, also condemned the terrorist group, saying, “Those who commit atrocious acts during Ramadan, when Muslims pray, give and do good deeds, are far removed from Islam.”

He added, “The recent attack might cause misunderstanding about Islam among those who don’t know about the religion. I’ll work on reaching out to people to explain that those extremists have no relation with us Muslims.”

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Source/Credit: Mainichi Japan