No religious extremism stands in Syria
Syrian Great Mufti stressed that in Syria like Lebanon no religious extremism exists. Speaking international conference on combating terrorism and religious extremism, Syrian great Mufti Sheikh Badr Al-Din Hosoun stressed that in Syria like Lebanon no religious extremism exist, and the present vandalism is orchestrated by outside factors, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He went on to add, “After the formation of regime of Zionism this inauspicious was emerged and the regime of Israel is the main factor stand behind extension of terrorism and extremism in different regional countries.”
Syria hosted recently an international conference on combating terrorism and religious extremism, which has brought together political, religious, cultural and social delegations and figures from 25 Arab and foreign countries.
Participants in the conference said that the terrorism targeting Syria poses a threat to the entire region, and that terrorism is being backed by the west to destroy the region’s societies, asserting that the true principles of Islam have nothing to do with the terrorists’ heinous acts of murder and slaughter, as true Islam seeks to bring people closer.
The participants stressed the need for Arab countries to set up a counterterrorism mechanism, denouncing the U.S. which supports terrorism while claiming to combat it, and noting that the terrorist organizations ISIS is securing funding by selling stolen Iraqi and Syrian petroleum as well as trafficking in archeological artifacts and robbing banks and crops, not to mention the “donations” provided to the organization by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, and the UAE, among others.
They also called for combating terrorism by removing its sources, promoting a comprehensive enlightenment, exposing the western policies and the role of U.S. intelligence agencies in supporting takfiri movements, and supporting the Palestinian cause, stressing the need to expose those who back terrorism.
The participants said that the conspiracy against Syria seeks to undermine the resistance, asserting the need for a unified Arab action to take out terrorist organizations and for focusing on ideals and concepts that are in opposition to terrorism and promoting them.
They highlighted that the world’s silence over terrorism-supporting countries in the Gulf and the region violates the international laws and the countries’ national sovereignty.
This conference underlined that the Zionist Entity is involved in all what is taking place in the region, as the current international terrorism is a duplicate of the colonial countries’ terrorism whi