London advocacy group leader calls for “non-partisanship” to fight hate in vigil for Muslim family killed

The Chair of Hikma Advocacy Group Nawaz Tahir called on all political leaders for nonpartisan action to be taken to fight hate and Islamophobia during a speech at vigil held in London, Ont. for a Muslim family attacked by a driver that killed four and left one boy injured. “We’re in a war against hate and that war requires non-partisanship,” Tahir said.

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