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    Al-Sistani sends a message to the United Nations against the backdrop of burning the Qur’an

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    Post by Rocky Fri 30 Jun 2023, 5:04 am

    [size=30]Al-Sistani sends a message to the United Nations against the backdrop of burning the Qur’an
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    On Thursday, the office of the supreme religious authority, Ali Al-Husseini Al-Sistani in Najaf, sent a letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, regarding the assault on a copy of the Holy Qur’an with a license from the Swedish police.  
      
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    Al-Sistani's office stated in the letter, which was seen by "NAS" (June 20, 2023), that "the media reported that someone in the Kingdom of Sweden attacked a copy of the Holy Qur'an and burned some of its papers, with the aim of insulting the true Islamic religion."  
      
    He added, "This disgraceful behavior has occurred more than once in different countries in recent years, but it is noticeable that this time it took place with an official license from the Swedish police, claiming that it was a requirement to respect freedom of expression."  
      
    He continued, "However, it is certain that respect for freedom of expression never justifies licensing such a shameful act, which represents a flagrant attack on the sanctities of more than two billion Muslims in the world, and leads to creating an environment conducive to the spread of extremist ideas and wrong practices."  
      
    And he stated, “The supreme religious authority expresses its condemnation and denunciation of what happened and calls on the United Nations to take effective steps to prevent the recurrence of similar incidents and push countries to reconsider the legislation that allows their occurrence, and calls for the establishment of the values ​​of peaceful coexistence between followers of different religions and intellectual approaches based on the care of rights and respect.” reciprocal among all.  
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