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The Union condemns the terrorist attack in Moscow... and asserts that "Islam" is mercy and dignity, a message of peace, tolerance, and rejection of violence

We strongly condemn and denounce in the strongest terms the cowardly terrorist attack that occurred in the Russian capital - Moscow, which resulted in the loss of innocent lives, with at least 62 people killed and more than 100 others injured.

This heinous act is in no way related to Islam, and we emphasize that its perpetrators do not represent Islam or its tolerant values, but rather they are distorted individuals exploiting it for their nefarious goals.

Reports and statements from various sources indicate that this sinful attack is the result of interventions and conspiracies orchestrated by international intelligence agencies and regional intelligence, coming at a time when some seek to divert attention from the atrocious crimes of Zionist occupation in Gaza and the support of countries for their oppressed people.

As for the allegations related to the "ISIS" organization, which is used as a pretext to tarnish Islam, we emphasize to everyone the necessity of understanding that Islam strongly condemns any form of violence against civilians, and that it is a religion of peace, mercy, and justice.

We strongly condemn the use of Islam as a cover for terrorist and extremist acts, and we reaffirm that Islam calls for promoting values of tolerance and peaceful coexistence among people.

We, at the International Union of Muslim Scholars, stress the necessity of confronting terrorism and extremism worldwide with all our strength, and we reaffirm our commitment to work towards spreading the message of tolerant Islam, peace, and peaceful coexistence among all people.

Allah says: "And do not kill the soul which Allah has forbidden, except by right..." (Quran, Surah Al-Isra, 17:33).

Monday: 15th of Ramadan, 1445 Hijri

Corresponding to: March 25, 2024 CE

Dr. Ali Mohammed Al-Salabi, Secretary-General 

 Dr. Ali Al-Qaradaghi,President  




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