Canada: Star apologizes to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for publishing wrong & misleading photo

The Muslim Times

Star apologizes to Toronto-area mosque for publishing wrong and misleading photo
The Baitul Islam mosque has no connection whatsoever to a questionable study linking Canadian mosques to extremism.
Worshippers take part in afternoon prayers at the Baitul Islam Mosque in Vaughan, Ont., prior to Canada Day festivities at the mosque on Friday, July 1, 2016.
Worshippers take part in afternoon prayers at the Baitul Islam Mosque in Vaughan, Ont., prior to Canada Day festivities at the mosque on Friday, July 1, 2016.  (COLE BURSTON / THE CANADIAN PRESS)  

The Baitul Islam Mosque in Vaughan serves as Canadian headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama, an international Muslim community known worldwide for its motto, “Love for All, Hatred for None” and for its devotion to universal brotherhood.

This Muslim community is highly regarded throughout the world for sharing its message of peace, tolerance and universal human rights, and for its longtime strong and vocal rejection of terrorism, and specifically, in recent years, the terrorism of Daesh (ISIS).

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