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Mohammed Saleem’s family mark fourth anniversary of his brutal murder

In Events, Interviews, News on 04/29/2017 at 13:00
82-year-old Mohammed Saleem was murdered by a far-right white supremacist terrorist

82-year-old Mohammed Saleem was murdered by a far-right white supremacist terrorist

Today is the fourth anniversary of one of the worst terror incidents in the recent history of Birmingham.

On April 29, 2003, Ukrainian white supremacist terrorist Pavlo Lapshyn stabbed and murdered Birmingham pensioner Mohammed Saleem outside a mosque in Small Heath, in the hope of starting a race war. Read the rest of this entry »

Library of Birmingham lit up in tribute to victims of London attacks

In News on 03/22/2017 at 23:37
The Library of Birmingham is lit up in the colours of the Union Jack as a tribute to the victims of the London Westminster attacks (Photograph: Majid Mahmood)

The Library of Birmingham is lit up in the colours of the Union Jack as a tribute to the victims of the London Westminster attacks (Photograph: Majid Mahmood)

The Library of Birmingham has been lit up in the colours of the Union Jack tonight, in tribute to the victims of today’s tragic London attacks.

The Birmingham landmark is illuminated in red, white and blue this evening to show solidarity with the Capital, after five people have died and 20 people have been injured following a violent stabbing frenzy near the Houses of Parliament. Read the rest of this entry »

Library of Birmingham lit up red and white in tribute to Turkey terror attack victims

In News on 01/04/2017 at 09:30
The Library of Birmingham has been lit up in red and white, the colours fo the Turkish flag, in tribute and solidarity with the victims of the New Year's Eve terror attack in Istanbul (Image: Majid Mahmood)

The Library of Birmingham has been lit up in red and white, the colours fo the Turkish flag, in tribute and solidarity with the victims of the New Year’s Eve terror attack in Istanbul (Image: Majid Mahmood)

The Library of Birmingham was lit up in the colours of the Turkish flag last night, to pay tribute to those killed in  New Year’s Eve terror attack in Istanbul.

The Birmingham landmark was illuminated in red and white to show solidarity after 39 people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside Istanbul’s Reina nightclub on December 31st.  Read the rest of this entry »