Hatred in Europe is planned terrorism against Muslims

Special Correspondent

Islam is a great religion of piece and harmony among all the other religions where as in Europe negative propaganda against Islam has created many concerns among the Muslims of the whole world.

Incident which have happened in Canada and New Zealand are directly linked with a planned terrorism against Muslims.

Unluckily Muslims have no proper forum to express their point of view in front of other nations of world.

Due to increasing incidence of terrorism are a hateful example of ‘Islamophobia’ to control these incidence Rabita Alam-e-Islam started a campaign by the name of reject hate campaign to prove that Islam is a religion of piece not terrorism, these ideas have been expressed by Secretary General of World Muslim League, Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Essa in organizational meetings.

He also said that ‘no to the hatred’ campaign is a message of peace to all the world. He also emphasized the fact that Muslims should have a proper representation to express their point of view whereas they have no such forum for the present time, ‘Islamophobia’ is not restricted to some countries it became an epidemic and spread in all the world and it is common in UK, Canada, New Zealand and other countries of the world which is a shameful act.

Basically ‘Islamophobia’ is result of unawareness with the basic teachings of Islam which is increasing hatred against Muslims in the shape of direct attack on the Muslims to their life and property.

In the western society and western media both are continued propaganda against Muslims, the reason in unawareness with the basic preaching’s of Islam and wrong interpretation of Muslim teaching by the different groups.

Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Essa said that now time is changed, it is need of the time that Muslims and Non-Muslims they should understand Each others point of view and live with harmony and peace.

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