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The Muslim World League condemns the tearing up of copies of the Holy Qur’an in The Hague

Mecca (UNA) - The Muslim World League condemned - in the strongest terms - the crimes of tearing up copies of the Holy Qur’an, which were committed by extremists in front of a number of embassies in The Hague, in a shameful and provocative repetition of the feelings of Muslims.

In a statement by the General Secretariat of the Association, its Secretary-General, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, denounced these heinous barbaric practices, which violate all religious and humanitarian norms and principles, and violate the values ​​of the international community, which warned of the dangers of these practices, and declared clearly Rejecting it and all manifestations of “Islamophobia.”

Al-Issa renewed the warning against the dangers of practices that encourage hatred and incite religious feelings, stressing that the time has come to take effective measures to prevent these heinous crimes, which only serve extremist agendas, and not provide official protection for pretexts that are rejected by logic, and which have harmed the cultural meaning of freedoms. With this wrong concept, it becomes an incubating refuge for the instigators of clashes and religious and intellectual conflict, and the advocates of hatred and hate, especially between nations and peoples, while our world must make every effort to strengthen friendship and cooperation between them, which requires everyone to look with broad horizons, not narrow ones.

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