Iraqi ex-PM calls Muslims to take action against desecration of Prophet Mohammad
Nouri al- Maliki Secretary General of Islamic Dawa Part, in his speech at the opening ceremony of the 34th Islamic Unity Conference held online on Thursday October 29th, called on world Muslims to take action against sacrile of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) in France.
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Former prime minister Maliki hailed the endeavor of Iran for boosting solidarity among Muslims and urged all Muslim states that “have little left of Islam” to condemn the words of French President Emmanual Macron supportive of Islamophobic campaigns in the European country, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He referred to the 34th Islamic Unity Conference held virtually due to the new coronavirus circumstance and warned of rising challenges ahea of the world people and named the reprinting of the sacrilegious cartoon of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and also normalization of ties between some Arab countries and Israel as two challenges Muslim states should confron.
Iraqi thinker said,” He (Emmanuel Macron) insists on freedom of expression and democracy originated from the civilized revolution of France and mocks the moral and actions of Daesh and extremists.”
He added,” We condemn the words of the president of France and invite the Islamic nations and governments that have little left of Islam for them, to take measures in order to respond to this mockery and insult against the feelings of Muslim Ummah.”
Nouri al-Maliki referred to the normalization of ties with Israel as a humiliation for the world of Islam and said,”If in the past there have been any indirect relations between certain Islamic countries and Zionist regime, today because of the weaknesses in solidarity among Islamic Ummah, they have found this courage to compromise and normalize their relationship publicly with Zionist regime in order to start exchanging official visits and delegations and conclude economic and security agreements with Zionist regime.”
He called on world Muslims to support the resistance of Islamic nations and governments and said,” All the resistance movements and parties should make efforts in this regard without making any differences between Shiite and Sunni.”
Nouri al-Maliki made the comments at the opening ceremony of the 34th Islamic Unity Conference held online due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
34th Islamic Unity Conference is underway as more than 300 Muslim elites and intellectuals from across the globe discuss “Islamic Cooperation in Face of Calamities and Disasters” as the main topic of the online event.