HUDA PAR condemns mosque attacks and the attackers
HUDA PAR pointed out that the mosque attacks in New Zealand, where dozens of Muslims were martyred and wounded, were the servers of anti-Islamic hate campaigns in the West.
In a statement made by the HUDA PAR headquarters regarding the attacks on mosques in New Zealand, it was noted that hostility based on anti-Islamism in the West was supported by the institutional.
Recalling that two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, were brutally attacked by terrorists during Friday prayers, HUDA PAR underlined that these attacks have deeply wounded the Islamic Ummah.
"As a result of the recent statements that deeply injured all Islamic worlds, 49 Muslims were martyred while 48 other Muslims were injured, 28 are in critical situation."
"It is undoubtedly that such attacks targeting the places of worship are the server of anti-Islamic hate campaigns rising in the west. The feelings of hatred against Islam are supported institutionally in the Western world, while focuses that hindrance to Islam and Muslims with racism and fascism are largely tolerated.
HUDA PAR noted that the shadowy attacks affiliated to Muslim people in the West, and the campaigns to blame Muslims and to sort of reduce the religion of Islam to "terrorist ideology" encourage the fascist, psychopathic focus in question.
"We are wondering if the formal reactions in the West will be exhibited to the brutal attacks in New Zealand, similarly they show in the face of a number of attacks that they say carried out by Muslims."
"We condemn the bloody shooters and the organized foci behind them"
HUDA PAR said that the bloody Friday attack in New Zealand reveals the dangerous dimension of the ideology of fueling hatred, as the ongoing attacks against worship in Europe are commonplaces nowadays.
HUDA PAR, at the end of the statement, condemned the bloody New Zealand shooters and the organization foci behind them. "We ask mercy from Almighty Allah for those who martyred; convey our condolences to their relatives and families and quick healing for wounded Muslims."