UK: Religious leaders call for unity after London attack

Religious leaders of all faiths gathered near the scene of a deadly attack in London, in which at least five people including the suspect were killed - to call for unity.

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    Religious leaders of all faiths gathered near the scene of a deadly attack in London, in which at least five people including the suspect were killed - to call for unity.

    'To Christians, to Anglicans, who sense a great emotion of anger, that is appropriate when the innocent are killed," said Justin Welby, the archbishop of Canterbury. "But it is not appropriate to be angry at a whole category of people, but simply at one person."

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Westminster.


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