The Archishop of Canterbury and a leading Muslim cleric met in Leicester today, to give their responses to the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
They called on all communities to stand together and condemn the violence. The Archbishop also praised Leicester as a shining example of how different faiths could live and work together.
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