Muslims Everywhere Condemn Terror Attack

Condemnation Is Immediate and Global

We’ve extensively documented that Muslims worldwide condemn ISIS. And see this. by Adam Johnson

Similarly, the condemnation of yesterday’s barbaric terrorist attack in Paris has been global and immediate.   Here’s a sampling of condemnation which came within hours of the attack:

  • The Union of Islamic Organizations of France  responded on its website, writing: “The UOIF condemns in the strongest terms this criminal attack, and these horrible murders. The UOIF expresses its deepest condolences to the families and all the employees of Charlie Weekly.”
  • Hassen Chalghoumi, imam of the Drancy mosque in Paris’s Seine-Saint-Denis suburb, spoke with France’s BFM TV and condemned the attackers, saying, “Their barbarism has nothing to do with Islam.”  “I am extremely angry,” Chalghoumi said. “These are criminals, barbarians. They have sold their soul to hell. This is not freedom. This is not Islam and I hope the French will come out united at the end of this.”
  • The Grand Mosque of Paris, one of the largest in France, issued a statement on its website shortly after the attacks, saying its community was “shocked” and “horrified” by the violence.

Rabbi Marc Schneier notes in the Washington Post this week that the moderate Muslim majority is speaking out against the  extremists … but “we’re just not listening.”

Father Elias Mallon of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association remarks:

“Why aren’t Muslims speaking out against these atrocities?” The answer is: Muslims have been speaking out in the strongest terms, condemning the crimes against humanity committed by [extremists] in the name of Islam.

And see this.

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  • Rick Frost

    It’s nice to know that “Muslims Everywhere Condemn Terror Attack”. This is, however, a deliberately misleading title which implies the attack was perpetrated by “radical muslims” when, in reality, the attackers were trained, funded and operate as agents of the Western/NATO alliance.

    This was simply a replay of Hillary’s Benghazi scandal, but this time with a cartoon used in place of a movie to foment hatred of a people who are the targeted for destruction simply because they stand in the way of a hand full of fanatics who are determined to rule the world.

  • Will Dennis

    But then why do polls show 80% of Muslims support suicide bombers?

    • Dr NJ

      What poll showed that? Stop spewing your hate filled fallacious statements. Stormfront seems a more appropriate site for your views than this present site.

  • Norbert

    IIRC, someplace in the Quran (the 9th Sura?) says that it’s acceptable to lie to infidels.

  • SoIncredulous

    Can’t say I am too impressed with the statements by ‘Islamic leaders’. Most amount to a sound byte worrying about the repercussions to THEIR community rather than a statement condemning the actions of the attackers.

    Perhaps, and this may come as a surprise, the fault truly lies with the media who have not widely publicized the statements. Until I read this I had heard NOTHING about Islamic leaders denouncing the attacks.