Glasgow’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community launch campaign condemning extremism following death of city shopkeeper Asad Shah


MEMBERS of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Glasgow are running a campaign promoting unity after the death of city shopkeeper Asad Shah.

As part of this, a total of 50 buses across the city are carrying messages condemning extremism.

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Mr Shah, who was attacked and killed at his shop in Shawlands last month, was an Ahmadiyya Muslim.

Ahmed Owusu-Konadu, of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Scotland, said the campaign was a “rejection of all forms of extremism”.