Muslim World League (MWL) has expressed condemnation of the shooting incident which targeted a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburg, in Pennsylvania.
The League affirmed its rejection of such hate crimes which reflect radical thoughts, extending sympathy to the families of the victims.
The League Secretary General Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Alissa said: “The League condemns in the strongest terms the targeting of safe innocent lives, and criminalize the offense of damaging worshipping places” adding that “this terrorist attack can only increase our belief in strengthening solidarity and international cooperation” to confront extremism which does not have a religion or race.
Dr. Alissa affirmed the solidarity of the Muslim World League- representing the Muslim peoples, from its headquarter in Mecca city, the Qibla of Islam- with the families of the victims and the American authorities.
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