The city centre vigil has been organised by Stand Up To Racism and Mend
The city centre vigil has been organised by the Stand Up To Racism group and Mend (Muslim Engagement and Development) and will begin at 5pm in High Street.
Officials at Birmingham Central Mosque Trust recently published a 12-page booklet entitled Terrorism is not Islam, endorsed by West Midlands Police and 29 other major mosques in the city.
In a statement, mosque chairman Muhammad Afzal said of Wednesday's atrocity in London: "Nothing justifies taking lives of innocent people.
The vigil will begin at 5pm in High Street
Those responsible must be brought to justice to protect good, in our constant fight to eradicate evil within humanity
"Those responsible must be brought to justice to protect good, in our constant fight to eradicate evil within humanity."
Urging calm within all communities and offering condolences to those bereaved by the attack, Mr Afzal added: "The Islamic faith does not allow anyone to take the life of others.
Mr Azfal offered condolences to those bereaved by the attack
"No religion justifies the indiscriminate killing of individuals in such a barbaric and heartless way, and such acts only serve to differentiate between the misguided and the just.
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"We call upon those that may have even a shred of sympathy for the like-minded terrorists to shake their conscience and realise that such acts are the work of evil and not the work of God-fearing people."
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Armed police have swarmed a road in Birmingham after unconfirmed reports claim the car used in the deadly Westminster attack was hired from an address on the road
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Police are carrying out a forensic search in a property at the Quayside, in the Winson Green area of Birmingham which is in connection with Westminster terror attacks
Officials at Birmingham Central Mosque Trust recently published a booklet: Terrorism is not Islam
In a statement on Facebook, the organisers of the vigil wrote: "Our thoughts are with all those affected by what has happened.
"Birmingham is a united city and we will not let anyone use these terrible events to divide us. Please come and join us on Friday for a unity vigil."