In February this year, The Telegraph reported that beauty messages have become a hot topic of conversation after a group of Muslim women were filmed holding up messages on their wrists that read “love” and “love your muslims” on a London bus.

The message on the wrists of the women read: “Please love our muslim brothers and sisters, our beautiful people, our wonderful muslim girls, and love our beautiful children.”

The post was made on a bus in south London.

The incident sparked criticism from Muslim groups who condemned the display of Islamic piety on a public platform.

While many Muslim women, including the woman pictured holding the message, were quick to condemn the display on social media, many Muslim leaders also condemned it, pointing out that it was in fact the right thing to do.

One Muslim leader, Muhammad Abdul Razzaq, said that while some Muslims have the right to express their religious beliefs and beliefs in public, the majority of Muslims should not do so.

“It is a religious duty to be tolerant of the religious minorities in the world.

The Muslim community in the UK should be tolerant,” he said.

Abdul Razzaque, the leader of the UK’s largest Muslim group, Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), also urged Muslims not to display the messages on public transport.

A spokesperson for the Muslim Council, Yasmin Nafis, said: “We are very supportive of the freedom of expression of Muslims, particularly those who have religious beliefs, but we condemn the disrespectful display of these messages.” “

People should not be shown topless on public transportation and if people do this on public buses, I think it should be banned.

A spokesperson for the Muslim Council, Yasmin Nafis, said: “We are very supportive of the freedom of expression of Muslims, particularly those who have religious beliefs, but we condemn the disrespectful display of these messages.”

The BBC reported that the women who posted the messages had been subjected to abuse online, and have had their photos removed.

Some of the Muslim women have also expressed concern over the “unwarranted and offensive” backlash to their actions.

Read more:The Muslim Council has also raised concerns about the impact of a lack of awareness around how Muslims can show support for others and encourage their friends to do the same.”

We hope that this conversation will help Muslim communities, and people around the world, to move on and focus on the important things in life, not the trivial and superficial things that can get in the way.” “

But the fact remains that the Muslim community is under pressure to be more inclusive, not less so.”

We hope that this conversation will help Muslim communities, and people around the world, to move on and focus on the important things in life, not the trivial and superficial things that can get in the way.

“More: The Muslim women posted the pictures on Facebook, and their post received thousands of likes.

More and more people have been using social media to raise awareness about the need to be open and welcoming to those who do not adhere to Islam.