The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace condemns the burning of a copy of the Holy Quran
The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace condemned the act of a group of extremists by burning a copy of the Holy Quran in Sweden.
H.E. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Jarwan, president of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, said that the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, with all its members and partners, strongly condemns this extremist act, noting that such ignorant behavior calls for racism and incites discrimination and hatred among people, which is what the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace working for with More than 95 countries to fight it, work to promote a culture of tolerance, and build bridges of love and communication between peoples and cultures.
In a statement, the Council affirmed its denunciation of all practices contrary to moral and human values and principles, calling for the need to respect and not prejudice religious symbols, confront hate speech and violence and strengthen international partnership with the aim of spreading the values of tolerance, coexistence and peace.