United Against Extremism

Sutton communities lead by Civic and Community Leaders will come together to condemn recent London and Manchester terrorist attacks and calls for a united stand against Extremism.

The sponsors of this Peace March and remembrance service on Saturday unequivocally condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester. All acts of terrorism and extremism are vile criminal acts that are completely unjustifiable.

We express our deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims and pray for a full and speedy recovery of those injured. We also commend the excellent work of emergency services, for their responses to the attacks. We are proud of them.

The attackers are murderers and criminals and are bent on sowing the seeds of hatred and division in society. As before they will not succeed.

Such acts find no hiding place in Islam for it rejects extremism and terrorism in any form and for any reason. And so does every other Religion. We will continue to stand united against extremism and work with all who seek peace to defeat this ideology of hate.

The teachings of the Holy Quran are quite clear that no-one is allowed to take anyone’s life. “If you take an innocent person’s life it is like you’ve killed the whole of mankind.”




10.30am                  Arrival outside ASDA.

11.00am                  Start of PEACE MARCH along the High Street

11.30am                  ONE MINUTE SILENCE at Trinity Square and Followed by PRESENTATIONS.

12.00pm                 LAYING OF FLOWERS at Trinity Square.

When : –  Saturday July 1st, 2017,    10.30am – 12pm

Where:-  High Street SUTTON

Event:-    Meet outside ASDA ,  join Peace March  along High Street to Trinity Square, (outside  Waterstones / Wilko)