Muslim, Christian scholars urge for new int'l law against desecration
A group of Muslim and Christian scholars have censured French satirical weekly for sacrilege of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) calling for new international laws to sue those desecrating religious sanctities.
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International summit of “Unpardonable Big Sin” was held by a group of Muslim and Christian clerics in an online event on Saturday to slam the desecration of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and holy Qur’an and also condemnation of the normalization of ties between Bahrain, UAE and Israel, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The final statement of the webinar held by International Foundation of Ashura and Lebanon’s assembly of Muslim scholars rebuked the desecration of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and holy Qur’an as an organized plot by western political and cultural institutes carried out by racist and Islamophobes.
Participants in this event rejected the sacrilegious cartoon by Charlie Hebdo as an unforgivable sin and an introduction for more plots.
They denounced disrespecting the Prophet of Islam as disrespect to 1.5 billion Muslims across the globe urging followers of different religions make use of the different media to prevent a minor extremist group to hatch plots and spark war under the pretext of freedom of expression.
Muslim and Christian scholars also urged for new international laws to sue those desecrating religious sanctities and boycott the countries which allow sacrilege of Islam.
Prominent Muslim and Christian clerics and religious figures from Iran, Lebanon, Bahrain, Iraq and Palestine were among participants of the international webinar on “Unpardonable Big Sin” on Saturday which denounced desecration of holy Qur’an and Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in Sweden and France.