Former Saudi justice minister tells EU parliament: Terrorism has no religion

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The Secretary General of Muslim World League (MWL) Sheikh Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa has warned of the extremist reaction against Islam as a result of Islamophobia, indicating that it will generate more sufferings and increase numbers of extremists who were before normal moderate persons coexisting with their societies in non-Muslim countries and respecting their constitutions, laws and cultures.

This came in a speech delivered by Dr. Al-Issa, who is a former justice minister of Saudi Arabia, at a conference hosted by the European Parliament in Brussels in the presence of senior officials from European parliamentarians, politicians, a number of followers of religions and cultures, and leaders and activists of Muslim communities in Europe.

He told those in attendance that “terrorism had no links to religion but was groups created over the years came from several parts of the world with one goal in mind”.

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