FTiL continued its tradition of marking the UN's interfaith harmony week with a Thursday breakfast, this time at Streatham Mosque. Around 70 people attended. The event took on greater significance as a show of unity after the incident in Streatham High Street on Sunday 2nd February.
At the beginning, Imam Mumtaz recited verses from the Holy Qur'an and
then the Bishop of Southwark shared words he had spoken in the House of Lords.
Bell Ribeiro-Addy, MP for Streatham since 12th December, spoke at the breakfast
Phillipe Cotgreave de Rahman introduced prayers offered by members of South London Inter Faith Group.
At the breakfast, Dan May-Miller of Streatham Baptist Church publicised the Streatham Stands Together events taking place two days later
which included a visit by Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London.
Afterwards, Rabbi Nathan Godleman wrote his Thought for the Week for South London Liberal Synagoge
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