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Legacy of the Islamic world became terrorists’ target – the Mufti

02 March, 18:15 148
Legacy of the Islamic world became terrorists’ target – the Mufti

It is necessary concentrate our efforts and activity in the youth issues.

First Deputy Chairman of the Spiritual Management of Muslims of the Republic of Azerbaijan Salman Musayev told the ways terrorist groups could establish their influence over some layers of our public, mostly among the youth, at the forum of Muslim scientists, BNews.kz correspondent reports.

“We categorically reject all attempts to connect violation with religious dogmas, as well as the use of the religion in political purposes and we are sure that any of religions cannot be connected to extremism and terrorism. Death of innocent people, destruction of historical statues, the increasing terrorism of DAISH and other terrorist groups are inhumane acts of vandalism, and we are representatives of the religious society condemn these deeds in a strict way,” Salman Musayev said.

He underlined that it is necessary to jointly combat against any types of terrorism and attempts to spread violation in the CIS space.

“Unfortunately, it should be noted that despite the endurance of our believers during the Soviet period, the great legacy of the Islamic Enlightenment of our country is now a target of terrorist groups, and they sometimes can establish their influence over some layers of our public, particularly, among the youth. In this connection, we think that it will be right to concentrate our efforts and activity in the youth issues, in particular in education and enlightenment spheres,” says the Deputy Chairman of the Spiritual Management of Muslims of Azerbaijan.     

We note that today Astana held a forum of ulama of Muslims of Eurasia. At the forum, Senate Chairman of the Parliament of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev noted that Kazakhstan had al possibilities to be a territory of the enlightened Islam’s development.

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