Faiths together to remember Alan
cuppa and browsing through the many reasonably priced plants and quality produce. LEADERS from every Muslim Community in Hillingdon recently came together, at the invitation of the Hillingdon Inter Faith Network, and signed a message asking that the hostage Alan Henning be released.
This plea, along with thousands more, was ignored. Alan was bringing aid to a war-torn land.
Britain has now agreed to attack the group which has seized large swathes of territory in eastern Syria and across northern and western Iraq. Its brutal tactics include mass killings and abductions of members of religious and ethnic minorities, as well as the beheading of ordinary men like Alan Henning.
It is important to recognise and be clear that IS does not engage with either faith community or other channels. This is not a war caused by religion and history and suggests that peace will only come when both sides are prepared to talk. Hillingdon Inter Faith Network, representing all faiths in the borough, call on everyone to unite in condemning this non-faith, non-state based destruction.