Jamiat Ahle-Hadees Hyderabad denounces NZ-Mosque terror attack, also criticizes ISIS and al-Qaeda


Hyderabad – Jamiat Ahle-Hadees Hyderabad and Secunderabad on Friday has strongly condemned the Friday’s Christchurch Terrorist attack on a Mosque in New Zealand, also it denounced Al-Qaeda and ISIS terrorist groups.

“We condemn in the strongest terms the terrorist attack that took place in New Zealand. We condemn terrorism in all its forms, regardless of its source, and that terrorism has no religion and no homeland,” the official Jamiat statement stated.

“We strongly denounce the horrific incident that targeted worshippers in two mosques in New Zealand, resulting in dozens of people being killed and injured,” it added.

It further stated, “We express our deep sorrow and condemn the terrorist operation that claimed dozens of lives and injuries which clearly reflected one of the worst forms of inciting hatred in a world that is in dire need of the values of love, harmony and peace.”

Jamiat also condemned the ISIS and Al-Qaeda, and requested Government to impart justice and prosecute the terrorists.

“This barbaric work is added to the parallel models of the acts of ISIS and Al-Qaeda, and our league always emphasizes the importance of tackling extremism and to counter extremism. Particularly, to act upon the legislation that prevents all forms of incitement of hatred, including religious and ethnic contempt.”

“We request the government to bring those involved in this crime to justice and to prosecute them as terrorists,” it added.

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