Together We Can Conquer Hatred, Wolverhampton

Together We Can Conquer Hatred, Wolverhampton

Over this past weekend a banner of unity traveled to places of worship in Wolverhampton as a sign of unity and peace. Relatives of IS victims Alan Haines and David Henning galvinised the residents of this town to respond to their deaths, not through anger or hatred, but through an act of peace and unity. The banner was to show that such acts would not divide local people. On Sunday evening it was presented to the Mayor as a pledge to the city of the peace and unity of all faiths.

Here are pictures from the event:

 

Author: Andrew Mathews

Date: 01 December 2014

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