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1,000 people take part in Bradford parade to celebrate Prophet Muhammad's birthday
by Chris Tate
A parade in Manningham to celebrate the Prophet Muhammad's birthday attracted more than 1,000 supporters from across Britain, according to organisers.
The Naqshbandia Active Development Association (NADA) held the procession this afternoon, beginning at its Jamia Masjid Naqshbandia Aslamia Islamic Centre, in Tile Street.
A marquee was set up under sunny skies and marchers walked through the streets and then back for a spiritual meditation programme followed by food and refreshments.
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