The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League and the head of the Association of Muslim Scholars, Dr. Muhammad Al-Issa, commented on some of the statements that circulated about Islam, including those of the French President.
Al-Issa said, in a televised intervention on MBC, that Islam is a strong religion, and its strength does not depend on recommending anyone.
He continued that his existence as a divine message is never wavering, not by word or otherwise, so it is not shaken except by weak, noting the Qur’an command to refrain from debates that lead to negative escalation.
The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League indicated that there are Muslims who falsely and lie about Islam, who have offended its image by their extremism and extremism, and called for not defending them in a direct or indirect manner.
The head of the Association of Muslim Scholars asserted that if any party announces its confrontation with extremism, we must say that this violence has affected Islamic countries more than others.
The French President had said in a speech he gave last week that Islam “is a religion that today is experiencing a crisis everywhere in the world.”
In his speech, Macron sought to highlight the features of his plan, which seeks to fight “separatist tendencies” in French society, and, according to the French authorities, targets all extremist tendencies and “those who employ religion to question the values of the French Republic.”
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