Muslim scholars’ Council called for global counter-terrorism movement
Muslim Scholars’ Council headed by Egypt’s Sheikh Ahmed al Tayyeb, has issued a message denouncing the recent terror attack on French city of Nice, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The message forbids bloodshed of civilians calling the perpetrators as corrupt and criminal.
Muslim Scholars’ Council in its message stressed,” Ignoring supporters of terrorism is detrimental for world security; hence, world people should rise against terrorist movements whose supporters do not understand anything from religion and law.”
Part of this message highlights the dire need of expanding culture and true Islam among world people.
Muslim Scholars’ Council extended its condolences with French government and nation.
A Tunisian resident of France, deliberately drove a 19-tonne cargo truck into the crowds gathered to celebrate Bastille Day killing 84 people wounding more than 300 others.