New King Appears At Ease As Figurehead Of Multi-faith UK
In a hushed atmosphere of a south London mosque, a dozen Muslims of all ages wait to sign a book of condolences for Queen Elizabeth II at an interfaith ceremony.
In contrast to when she acceded to the throne in 1952, she died last week with Britain now multi-cultural and multi-faith, as well as increasingly secular.
That decades-spanning transition appears to have left the country's growing Muslim population with a strong appreciation for the UK's longest-serving monarch.
"I'm a first generation Muslim in this country," said Danial Saeed, a reserved...