Birmingham: The rise of so called Islamic terrorism on mainland Britain over the last year has affected decent law abiding British Muslims, the Islamophobic hysteria and its repercussions have led to an increase in religious hate crime, the recent abhorrent attacks in Paris, London and Manchester have been nothing more than the twisted interpretation of the true Muslim faith.Most British moderate Muslims see Islamic terrorism as a violation of their sacred texts, and have vociferously condemned attacks in the name of Islam. These sentiments are also echoed by leading Islamic scholars, Sahibzada Pir Mohammed Hassan Haseeb ur Rahman – comes from an ancestry of Sufi saint and his lineage traces back to the 15th century Royal household of the Mughal Emperor Babar and now custodian of the Holy Shrine of Eidgah Sharif, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Sahibzada Pir Mohammed Hassan Haseeb ur Rahman quest is clear lslam and Its values of religion of peace and in its teachings, is unambiguous regarding when telling Muslims not to kill innocent people even in the event of a war. His Spiritual Interfaith Tour and delegation mission of peace across the UK and Europe is to visit over 40 towns and cities hosting, seminars, conferences and to engage with leaders of other faiths, political personalities, civil leadership and community groups. Sahibzada Pir Mohammed Hassan Haseeb ur Rahman- consistently reiterates the importance and the message of interfaith harmony, global citizenship and a robust stance against terrorism and hatred. The constant encouragement for all followers and participants to follow the example of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him) in being kind, generous and helpful to family members, neighbours, colleagues and society at large.Reported by Tony Adams Chair NUJ Birmingham & Coventry / S M Irfan Tahir Photojournalist National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Great Britain.