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The International Union of Muslim Scholars called for condemnation of the burning of the Noble Qur’an in front of a mosque in Sweden, and for the protection of holy sites in Palestine, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque, in Friday sermons this week.

In a written statement, the union stated that the Qur’an was burned under police protection in front of the Stockholm mosque on the first day of Eid al-Adha in Stockholm, “This hateful, provocative and criminal act is against all values, morals and religion and is against the principle of showing respect and tolerance for the sacred.” Data included.

At the same time, it was noted that the “residents” had torn the Qur’an in some mosques in Palestine and disrespected the first qiblah for Muslims, and offensive cartoons had also been published before, but governments and peoples did not show any influence. reaction.

In the statement, in which it was stated that the role of raising awareness, transferring and protecting Islamic sanctities lies with the scholars in the face of this, the statement said: “All Muslim scholars condemn the burning of the Qur’an in Sweden, the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Palestine. In the Friday sermon corresponding to July 7, we invite you to talk about protecting Our sanctities are in. It has been said.

The statement stated that Friday sermons were devoted to condemning these heinous acts and crimes, rejecting any action that targets the sanctities of Muslims, and stating the importance of the Qur’an in the lives of all Muslims.

The statement stressed the need to educate Muslims about their duties towards their religion and their first kiss, and called on Islamic countries to take practical measures of diplomatic and economic boycott against the perpetrators of these crimes.

The statement stated that the governments of Islamic countries were called upon to issue a law criminalizing insulting religions in cooperation with human rights organizations, and that they must then submit the aforementioned law to the United Nations because attacking religion is violated internationally. Peace and security.

The statement also called on Muslim minorities to act in a “peaceful and civilized manner” and to organize demonstrations and apply to the judiciary.

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