Leaflet found in mosque
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Mosque leaflets 'call for killing of Ahmadi Muslims'

The BBC has found leaflets in a London mosque calling for the killing of Ahmadi Muslims, a sect of Islam regarded by some Muslims as being outside their faith.

There is growing concern about anti-Ahmadi prejudice in the UK after the murder of the Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah, claimed by police to have been on religious grounds.

The leaflets found in the London mosque have surfaced before, in 2011, though the mosque's trustee has again insisted to the BBC that he knew nothing about them.

Caroline Wyatt reports.

  • 10 Apr 2016
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