CALGARY- Dozens of Calgarians gathered Sunday for a memorial service for the British aid volunteer Alan Henning and other Christians who were beheaded by ISIS.
The service was held by the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and the Muslims Against Terrorism (MAT) at the Magnolia Banquette Hall.
After the memorial service, Imam Syed Soharwardy the founder of ISCC and MAT addressed the group of Christians and Muslims at the St. Thomas United Church, where he answered questions on radicalization in the name of Islam.
Following the ceremony, the Imam led a discussion about the radicalization of young Calgarians saying it’s a challenge to monitor mosques that may be preaching hate.
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