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Muslim World League (MWL) condemns the terrorist attacks in London

H. E. Dr. Alessa say: The terrorist attacks target  the distinction of the British model, attempting to create cultural and civilizational clash

 Holy Makkah

The Muslim World League (MWL)  has  strongly condemned the two terrorist attacks that occurred at the centre of the British capital, London,  and led to the death and injury of many individuals.

H. E. Secretary General of the  Muslim World League (MWL), Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Ibn Abdulkarim Aleissa, emphasized anew in a statement issued in this connection the unshakable attitude of the MWL towards terrorism and those promoting it, adding that such terrorist acts- that  target defenseless civilians and protected souls as well as seek to destabilize  security and disseminate  terror in secured communities -  have no relations at all with Islam and contradict all humanitarian values and principles.

His Excellency added that the above two terrorist attacks that struck the British capital confirmed the extent of brutality that was followed by terrorist and extremist organizations. Furthermore, he said that all terrorist acts that have been implemented by ideologists, were aiming at the distinction of the UK in presenting the moral model in tolerance and humanitarian coexistence ; and that they tried in the context of their wretchedness and desperateness to oppose  the values of the civilized country  so as to create undesirable cultural and civilizational clash. However, unfortunately, we find that the few benefiting  from this openness, have freed themselves from all humanitarian values and practiced terrorism  or instigated those  who have been brought in the incubators of the terrorist groups and organizations .

His Excellency expressed at the conclusion of his statement in the name of the MWL his sincere condolences for the British government and people in general and the close relatives of the victims in particular, wishing speedy recovery for the injured.

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