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The Muslim Council of Britain has taken out an advert in a national newspaper to condemn the Paris attacks – and reaffirm that terrorists do not represent in Islam.

The council, which represents more than 500 mosques and community groups across the nation, used a full-page ad in the Telegraph on Thursday to denounce so-called Islamic State and the "barbaric" attacks in the French capital which killed 129 people.

The group also sought to reiterate its commitment to "the values of pluralism and tolerance" and insist that the terrorists must not succeed in turning communities against each other.


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