How Muslim Londoners had to rebuild trust after 7/7


On Friday a verdict is expected in the inquest into the London bombings of 7 July 2005.

Osama Bin Laden's declaration of a global jihad had unleashed a wave of religious intolerance and, in London, the consequences were all too clear for Muslim communities.

In this report, Kurt Barling speaks to Rafiq Hayat, president of the Ahmadiyya Community UK, and Dr Muhammad Bari, chairman of the East London Mosque, about how Muslim Londoners have sought to rebuild trust between communities.

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