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The controversial Ramadan message at King’s Cross station is being investigated by Network Rail.

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After a controversial Ramadan message appeared on a customer board at London’s King’s Cross station, Network Rail opened an investigation.

The letter, which featured a “hadith of the day,” generated a lot of discussion on social media, with well-known people like Nigel Farage offering their opinions.

Mr. Farage questioned the message’s suitability in a country that claims to be Christian on Twitter.

According to the hadith that was on exhibit, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “All of Adam’s sons are sinners, but the best sinners are those who repent often.”

The hadiths, which are summaries of Muhammad’s sayings and deeds, are extremely important both theologically and legally in Islam.

In addition to confirming that it is looking into the incident, Network Rail has expressed worry about the departure from the customary joyous Ramadan messaging.

A religious statement on a station’s notice board, according to critics, was superfluous and that passengers would be better served by information that is more useful.

Supporters retaliated, pointing out that Christian message is present throughout Christmas and emphasizing how important it is to observe Ramadan.

A Network Rail representative underlined King’s Cross’s support of religious diversity but admitted that the right messages weren’t displayed.

The infrastructure operator made it clear that it will continue to supply relevant passenger information, especially when there are major network outages.

The National Secular Society’s national executive, Stephen Evans, denounced the event as a well-meaning but misguided attempt at inclusivity.

Network Rail wants to make things right and continue to serve its broad customer and workforce base at King’s Cross station as the investigation progresses.

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