Terror in New Zealand, Australia Asked Muslims Wary


AUSTRALIA - The scholars in Australia condemned the shooting attack two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

They call the attack as an action the terror inspired by the doctrine of Islamophobia.

The Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) Australia also urged the Government of Australia at all levels to give extra attention to anti-Muslim sentiment and extremism.

President of AFIC, Dr. Rateb Jneid said the shooting, the victims and their families are in prayer.
 "With profound sadness that we learned of the terrorist attacks committed against innocent worshippers in a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, " said Jneid.

 "We convey our sympathy and prayers to the victims and their families, and the New Zealand community during this terrible, " he added.

 "Acts of terror against innocent pilgrims this is cruelty and we grieve with the victims and their families, " continued Jneib.

Australia's first Muslim female Senator, Mehreen Faruqi, condemned the anti-Islamic sentiment in Australia, especially coming from such a right-wing politician Pauline Hanson and Fraser Anning.
 "There is blood on the hands of the politicians who incite hatred. For me, there is a clear relationship between the politics of hatred and violence that they are embarrassing and absurd in Christchurch this,  "said on Twitter.

 "Muslims have been targeted during Friday prayers, this is not an isolated event with mysterious causes. This is not a random event. This is a consequence of racist and Islamophobic hatred that has been normalized and legitimized by some politicians and the media."

 "Attend Friday prayers are a family ritual for millions of Muslims. My heart was devastated for all those who lost family and friends today, and Muslims around the world who were concerned about their safety every day" said Faruqi.

 "Let's call it what it is. The planned terrorist attacks targeting Muslims." he asserts.

Meanwhile, Jneid said Muslims in Australia need to be aware of their safety, especially around the mosque.

 "We encourage all mosques and places of worship in Australia to be more vigilant and to members of the Muslim community to specifically pay attention to their safety in the coming days," said.
He also urged the Government to be aware of Australia's "appalling consequences " that can arise from hate speech.

 "Massacre of today is the product of Islamophobia and the increasing marginalization of Muslims and is a reminder to all parties, including political leaders and media commentators, the terrible consequences of that could be posed by an atmosphere of hatred and Division, "he said.

 "No country or community is immune to such cruelty," said he.

 "We urge the Government in Australia, both at Federal and State levels, to give extra attention on the emergence of anti-Muslim sentiment and extremism and ensure that the concerns of the Muslim community are heard and addressed with passion," he confirms.

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