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Didsbury Mosque react after bereaved Manchester Arena families claim it 'failed to challenge extremist ideology'

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Didsbury Mosque have responded to claims made by the bereaved families of the Manchester Arena attack that they 'failed to challenge extremist ideology.' Suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people when a bomb exploded in the foyer of the music venue following an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, 2017.

He and his convicted brother, Hasham Abedi, attended the mosque, also known as Manchester Islamic Centre as youngsters. READ MORE: Manchester Arena Inquiry hears evidence from jailed Islamic State recruiter An inquiry into the atrocity heard this week that Salman Abedi flashed an Imam a 'hateful look' after he gave a sermon speaking out against terrorism and Islamic extremism at the mosque.

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