A video in which a Muslim man urges people of all religions, including Muslims, to condemn Islamist extremists in the wake of the Tunisian beach attack has gone viral.
Haseeb Ahmed’s video has already received more than 2.5 million views.
The terrorist attack on tourists in the resort of Sousse on 26 June killed 38 people, including 30 Britons.
In the video, Haseeb Ahmed, who works in Birmingham, said:
The Foreign Office has advised against “all but essential travel” to Tunisia following the terror attack there last month.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said a further terrorist attack was “highly likely”.
In the video, Mr Ahmed, who is originally from Bristol but now lives in Banbury, added: “killing anybody is against Islam”.
Watch full video here: