British Muslims have joined members of the Christian, Sikh and Jewish communities to show their solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, in which 129 people were killed.
In a series of statements recorded by members of Britain's various religious communities and put together by IBTimes UK, religious leaders, students and believers read a moving statement that pledges the horrific attacks should serve to strengthen unity and tolerance amongst faiths.
In a statement sent to British Prime Minister David Cameron, the UK-based Faith Forum said that Britons of all backgrounds, faith and denomination were horrified by the attack and that there was no justification for murder under any religious belief.
"British Muslim communities are equally appalled by the violence, and angered by those who commit abhorrent acts in the name of religion. The perpetrators do not represent us; their views are perverse and self-serving," it read.
"We urge all communities in Britain and France to stand firm with compassion and solidarity. We must not let these terrorists divide us, otherwise the terrorists will win. Let us not play into their divisive narrative, and instead show them that people of all faiths and none can live peacefully, together."
Who are the faith leaders who have issued the video statement?
1. Haidar Lapcha - community leader and football coach for the Wembley Stallions
2. Maurice Ostro - chairman, Fayre Share Foundation
3. Ahmed Gokal - executive committee member, Muslim Student Council
4. Hunaida Bhabha - student
5. Hayyan Bhabha - parliamentary researcher
6. Mustafa Field - co-chair, Faiths Forum for London
7. Archdeacon Paul Wright - co-chairs, Faiths Forum for London
8. Leonie Lewis, director - Jewish Volunteering Network and Julie Siddiqui, CEO, Sadaqa Day
9. Kohinoor Chowdhury - charity worker
10. Naka Alkhzraji - media analyst Leader at Integrity UK
11. Jasvir Singh - co-chairs, Faiths Forum for London