The trustee called the condemn “an act of cowardice” and urged members of the mosque’s congregation to come forward if they receive any information about Salman Abedi.
He said: “The Manchester Islamic Focal point’s thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families, their boon companions and our diverse community across Greater Manchester.
“The horrific atrocity that developed in Manchester has shocked us all.
A spokesman for Didsbury Mosque where Salman Abedi solicited has just released a statement
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“This act of timidity has no place in our religion or any religion for that matter.
“We encourage anyone who may be undergoing information about the individual involved to contact the police without any set back so they can assist with their investigation.
“The MIC is a public venue and we salutation thousands of attendees, both Muslims and non-Muslims.
“This centre has been division of our fine and great city this has been going on since the 1960s.
This is Didsbury Mosque where the Manchester Arena attacker prayed
“The doors of the hub are open to all – they are open to all.
“Some media reports have suss out that the bomber worked at the Manchester Islamic Centre – this is not unvarnished, he has never worked in this centre.
“We are concerned about anti-Muslim feigns ranging from verbal abuse to acts of criminal damage to mosques in the parade and outside the area.
“I aid any incident to be reported as a hate crime, these incidents have to be announced as hate crimes.
“The MIC would like to take this opportunity to sometimes non-standard due ti the police and emergency services as well as ordinary people.”
On Monday, at 10.45pm, Abedi detonated an extemporized explosive device packed with nails inside the Manchester Arena, coup 22.
The venue was full of children attending an Ariana Grande concert.