Hundreds of Muslim children and families said prayers and laid flowers outside the Manchester Arena for those killed and injured in Monday’s attack.
North Manchester Jamia Mosque in in Cheetham Hill organised the walk to show their disgust at the actions of bomber Salman Abedi – and to show their solidarity with victims.
Around 500 adults and children from across the city’s Muslim community in north Manchester took part in the Friday evening peace walk from the Woodlands Road mosque to the Manchester Arena.
Carrying flowers and balloons, they walked the three-mile distance to the site of the indoor venue to hold a vigil outside the scene.
Mosque members were also joined by non-Muslim community members from across north Manchester.
Moin Azmi, spokesman for the mosque, said young Muslims had been among the most deeply disturbed
“It was really good to see people driving past supporting us.
“That’s the image we want to show – that we …