Non-Muslims defending Muslims by highlighting how London Muslim taxi drivers, shopkeepers, mosques, doctors and police officers helped those affected

At around 10pm on Saturday, 3rd June, the city of London was in shock yet again as 6 people died and many injured by 3 heartless killers.

They went on a rampage in their van and then on foot stabbing innocent people in London Bridge and the London Borough Market. One was reported to have said “This is for Allah,” and as it’s case with every such terror attack, the Islamophobes use such events to voice out their hatred remarks.

However, as always also, we see ordinary Muslims going the extra mile for humanity in such instances and we also witness sensible non-Muslims showing their solidarity towards the normal innocent Muslims and Islam which had nothing to do with such senseless crimes.

London Muslim shopkeepers and mosques welcoming anyone who wants safety whilst condemning the act

London Muslim taxi drivers giving free rides home

London Muslim doctors and police officers saving lives

Non-Muslims & Muslims responding to Islamophobia

No religion, no race, no culture promotes hurting and killing innocent people. It’s those who are mentally sick, brainwashed with hatred and have mystical ideas of their own that do such brainless barbaric acts.

It’s vital we as sane minded humans don’t buy into their evil narrative which is to cause divide. We need to show we are together against the fight of evil. Don’t incite hatred. Don’t create walls. Build bridges – that’s the way God Almighty tells in the Quran to do – repel an evil with a good.

Written by Adeel Malik

Born in Hong Kong, grew up in Scotland and ethnically Pakistani, Adeel primes himself to be a multicultural individual who is an advent social media user for the purpose of learning and propagating Islam while is also a sports fan. Being an English teacher himself, he envisions a bright future for Muslims which he strongly believes can only be done with education.

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