His Excellency the President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace deplores the terrorist attack in New Zealand
Ahmed bin Mohammed al-Jarwan, President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, strongly condemned the horrific terrorist attacks that targeted worshipers in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which resulted in th death of 49 people and more than 20 wounded so far.
Al-Jarwan said that this terrorist attack on peaceful worshipers represents one of the most horrible forms of terrorism that the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace is fighting against, as part of its outstanding efforts to spread the values of tolerance and coexistence, in an attempt to avoid such bloody and desagreeable situations which shocks every decent human being. Al-Jarwan stressed that one of the most prioritary responsibilities of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace is to guarantee the implantation of tolerance and peace around the world, while preaching to fight against extremists, isolate them and keep them accountable for their terrible actions.
The President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace said that the whole world condemns such despicable criminal acts, calls for tolerance and works with us to build-up partnerships around the world aiming at spreading the values of tolerance and peace.