(Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee (Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
(Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong Muslim community critical of police report warning of Islamic State-inspired attack

Council leader calls such pronouncements in absence of imminent threat ‘disturbing to the core’ and adding to stigma

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
(Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee (Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
(Left to right) Jamal Ashraff; Muslim Council founder and chairman Adeel Malik; Diallo Ali; and Syed Ridwan Elahi urged officials to act cautiously when warning against terrorism attacks in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
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