Prince Charles spoke earlier this week warning of how the horrific lessons of the Second World War “seem to be in increasing danger of being forgotten“. It resonated in a week where the US president’s “Muslim Ban” has caused so much division, where turning vulnerable people away has rightly elicited protests worldwide.
Prince Charles highlighted the importance of reaching “across the boundaries of faith and community; to extend a helping hand wherever one might be needed.” This message is relevant for all of us, no less so for Muslims in the West who are on high alert following the terrorist attack against a Canadian mosque that killed six people. It comes amid an already hostile atmosphere against Muslims where we are seen as different, alien and not part of this country.
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Article by Harun Khan