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Imam of Perth’s Biggest Mosque will hold a press conference in the wake of last night’s Perth knife attack at 1:30pm today

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Perth < 1 mins read
Imam Syed Wadood Janud of Nasir Mosque (Bibra Lake)

The Imam of Perth's largest mosque, the Nasir Mosque, Imam Syed Wadood Janud condemns last night's knife attacks in the strongest terms.

Imam Wadood Janud said "the whole community is shook, and we are all concerned regarding the perpetrators' online radicalisation that early reports are hinting towards." He further added "there is no place for violence in Islam. We appreciate the effort of the police to keep our communities safe. I also want to commend the local Muslim community who had flagged the individual prior with the police."

Imam Syed Wadood Janud will be holding a press conference at Nasir Mosque (239 Barrington St, Bibra Lake WA 6163) at 1:30pm today)


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