Mancunian Andrew Graystone became a hit on Twitter after he stood outside local mosque displaying message of friendship

A man from Manchester whose expression of solidarity with his local Muslim community went viral last week has spoken of the need to “take the first step sometimes and build bridges”.

Andrew Graystone, 57, stood outside his local mosque during Friday prayers holding a cardboard sign with a handwritten message: “You are my friends. I will keep you safe while you pray.”

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