Sacrilege of Islamic sanctities, instances of modern ignorance
World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought in Iran has issued a statement on Monday and denounced the recent desecration of Qur'an and Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) as instances of modern ignorance.
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Prominent Islamic unity center in its statement has slammed French weekly, Charlie Hebdo, over reprinting cartoons disrespecting Prophet of Islam and also burning of holy Qur'an in Sweden stressing that as sacrilege of all prophets and all holy books, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The statement lauded Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) for fulfilling the greatest mission of all prophets and called the prophet of Islam as a perfect role model for all people.
"Even those who do not believe in Islam, view the great movement respectfully and praise the lifestyle and method of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)" read a part of the message by World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought.
Major Islamic unity center in its message slammed the blind-minded people, in present era, for following the vulgar methods and derision.
"Flagrant and frequent disrespects by Charlie Hebdo in France and burning of holy Qur'an in Sweden are instances of modern ignorance and intellectual and moral deterioration" ran another part of the statement adding," We Muslims, with respect to followers and prophets of all religion, believe that disrespecting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) means disrespecting all other prophets and desecration of holy Qur'an translates to desecration of all holy books."
World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought voiced abhorrence of the blind and irrational move against Islamic sanctities urging followers of all religions, particularly Muslims, to react against the desecration and prove the perpetrators that," Followers of monotheist religions are unified in face of shared enemy."
It referred to the Syria war where the Muslims defended Christians and Yazidi people against Daesh terrorists and Hezbollah defending the Christian people in Lebanon calling on the world people to react against the sacrilege of Islamic sanctities in media and social networks.
World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought also called on the legal communities for strict confrontation against the heinous move in accordance with the international laws.
Three members of far-right group in Sweden burnt a copy of holy Qur'an near the site of Friday prayer in the city of Malmo before the French weekly Charlie Hebdo reprints disrespectful cartoons of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), both moves raging the Muslims across the globe.