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Statement of Ahlulbayt World Assembly in condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand

Statement of Ahlulbayt World Assembly in condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand

AhlulBayt World Assembly has issued a statement on condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): AhlulBayt World Assembly has issued a statement on condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand.

The full text of the Assembly’s statement is as follows:

IN THE NAME OF ALMIGHTY GOD

Statement of the Ahlulbayt World Assembly on Condemnation of Terrorist Attacks in New Zealand

Almighty God - in a divine hadith – says: "Mosques are My houses on the earth! Blessed are those who purify themselves at home and visit Me in My house! Surely, it is incumbent upon the Host to honor His guests."

To our deep sorrow and regret, once again the Houses of God were desecrated and dozens of innocent and defenseless Muslims who had gathered for congregational prayers at two mosques in New Zealand became the victims of cowardly terrorist attacks.

This is not the first time that believers in mosques are burning in the devil's fire. Racist Islamophobists and Takfiri terrorists are the two edges of the same sword exploited by arrogant powers and colonialists led by the criminal gang of the United States, Zionists, and reactionary Arab governments in the region to threaten the security of the world.

These extremist measures against Muslims and immigrants in countries that are known for religious tolerance are signs of grudge and hatred by the United States and its followers; something that is against explicit Islamic tenets such as freedom of conscience, security of citizens, respecting holy places of worship, interreligious dialogue, and peaceful coexistence among people.

The Ahlulbayt World Assembly as an international organization, with hundreds of elite members from various countries including New Zealand, condemns this brutal act, and urges the government of New Zealand and its judicial and security authorities to:

1. Take immediate and fair steps to arrest and punish the perpetrators and facilitators of this catastrophe;

2. Prevent the repetition of similar attacks in future by prohibiting activities regarding Islamophobia and racism in that country.

The Ahlulbayt World Assembly also calls on international and human rights organizations to adopt serious political, legal and cultural measures to prevent the violence and bloodshed of hardliners and fanatics worldwide.

The members of the Ahlulbayt World Assembly, while expressing their sympathy and solidarity with the survivors of this crime, pray to Almighty God to bless the souls of the innocent guests of God, and to restore the health of the injured ones.

"And the wrongdoers will soon know at what final place will end up" {Shoara-227}

The Ahlulbayt World Assembly

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