Manchester attack sparks show of religious unity

Members of different faiths in Manchester have come to together in a show of unity after the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group claimed responsibility for a May 22 bombing that killed at least 22 people at the Manchester Arena.

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    Members of different faiths in Manchester have come to together in a show of unity after the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group claimed responsibility for a May 22 bombing that killed at least 22 people at the Manchester Arena.

    Leaders of Islamic and Jewish communities in the northern English city took initiatives in trying to help victims of the blast and voicing their opposition to violence.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Manchester.


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