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Finsbury Park Mosque chief urges young Muslims to help Syrian refugee charities
by Peter Gruner
The director of Finsbury Park Mosque has appealed to young Muslims to support charities working for Syrian refugees rather than go and fight in the civil war-ravaged country.
Mohammed Kozbar was speaking after it emerged that two brothers from Holloway had been killed fighting in the civil war.
Akram, 24, and Mohamed Sebah, 28, from Cornwallis Square, were referred to as the "lions of England" on social media websites after it emerged at the weekend they had been killed. Their family thought they had died in a car crash.
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