MUSLIMS invited faith leaders and local dignitaries to an exhibition of their holy book, the Koran.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Huddersfield South hosted the event at Huddersfield Town Hall on Saturday which was attended by 70 people.
Fatih ul Haq, president of the association, said: “We presented MP Jason McCartney and Mayor of Kirklees Clr Eric Firth and faith leaders (pictured) with the Koran.
“These days Islam and its holy scripture, the holy Koran, has come under a lot of criticism that at times threatens to destroy the very fabric of our multi-religious and multi-ethnic society.
“Presenting the Koran shows our appreciation for the good ways of working with other organisations to promote peace and harmony.”
Fatih ul Haq, leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque is seen with some of the exhibits during the Koran exhibition Pictures by Andy Catchpool (AC210112Fqura-01/04)