BBC: Muslim women spread peace message

A group of disabled Muslim women have been spreading the message of peace in the wake of the London bomb attacks.

About 50 members of the Muslim Disabled Association (MDA) took part in a peace rally, handing out 5,000 leaflets condemning violence.

The event started outside Ilford Town Hall and headed to Waltham Forest via Barking and Newham in east London.

Abida Iqval, chair of the MDA, said the group wanted to spread the message of love and peace for each other.

“We don’t want any terror, we don’t want any racialism and we don’t want any hate.

“We are against terrorism and violence, Islam does not allow the killing of innocent people,” she added.

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