BRITAIN'S top Muslim leaders will visit Dewsbury today in the aftermath of the London terror bombs.
They will tour areas of West Yorkshire to discuss the London bombings with local people - stunned that three of the bombers came from the county.
Their tour is expected to include Thornhill, home to Edgware Road station bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan.
The Muslim Council of Britain confirmed a delegation would attend prayers at the Leeds Grand Mosque and talk to people in the area.
Sir Iqbal Sacranie, secretary-general of the Council, said he wanted to visit communities at the centre of the hunt for the bombers, to better understand the chain of events that led to the attacks.
Religious leaders were in the area last night to meet community members.
Sir Iqbal said: "It is important at this time that we listen to the thoughts and concerns of the Muslim community around Britain and in Leeds and Dewsbury in particular.
"We need to do this in order to better comprehend the chain of events that led to last Thursday's horrific bombings in London. All of us - Muslim and non-Muslim - must come together and assist the authorities in their task of bringing all who were involved in plotting last week's attacks to justice.
"In addition, it is our special responsibility as British Muslims to take a closer look at the involvement of nefarious elements who may be operating in our community in order to help root them out."