Statement from RfPUK after the Westminster Attack

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We at RfPUK are deeply shocked and saddened by acts of violent extremists in London on 22nd March 2017. We are aware that countries near and far have been victims of brutal attacks on innocent people and we want to show our resolute support to everyone affected.
We offer our condolences to those who have lost loved ones, and our sympathy to those who have been injured; our thoughts are with them and their families,
Religions for Peace UK, as representative of many faiths in the UK, will continue to work individually and collectively to address the discord that causes extremists to resort to violence, we will find ways of peaceful means to transform conflicting interests into opportunities for dialogue and co-operation for the well-being of all.
We appeal to those who have grievances to work with us, help us understand and resolve the issues together.

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