Skip to comments.Every faith, every generation joined in the mourning
Posted on 05/27/2013 4:40:23 PM PDT by the scotsman
'They came from every generation and faith. But in bright Bank Holiday sunshine they united to pay their respects.
From the closest of relatives to complete strangers, thousands have visited the makeshift shrine near Woolwich Barracks, marking the scene where Drummer Lee Rigby was killed by cleaver-wielding fanatics last Wednesday.
His killers said they were acting in the name of Allah but yesterday Muslims bowed their heads in prayer to honour the victims memory, and reject the vile hatred of those who butchered him in broad daylight.
Heads bowed and hands together, these men paid their respects to the soldier butchered in broad daylight by fanatics inspired by Al Qaeda.
Visitors came from across the country to see the scene for themselves. The corner of John Wilson Street and Artillery Place, last week stained with blood, is now covered with moving messages for Drummer Rigby and his family.
Local shops sold out of flowers as the sea of tributes swelled to 150 metres wide, in a scene that reminded some of Kensington Gardens after the death of Princess Diana.'
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killed by cleaver-wielding MUSLIMS
There. fixed it.
The word is “takiya” and it means it’s ok to lie to infidels.
“but yesterday Muslims bowed their heads in prayer to honour the victims memory, and reject the vile hatred of those who butchered him in broad daylight.”
I don’t believe this for a nano-second...
Any chance you can focus on the thousands of non-Muslims, the flowers, the whole scene?.