The Muslim World League condemns the Canadian government's blatant interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom.
The Muslim World League issued a statement in which it confirmed that international conventions, principles and norms that respect the sovereignty of each state and the non-interference in its internal affairs, which are governed by its constitution, legal and human rights systems and procedures and upon which inter-State relations were established must be observed. It is also required- within the simplest of these principles- not to undermine the values of trust and mutual respect which constitute the foundations of these relations between countries.
The statement added further; to depart from this legal framework that governs international relations ethics, reflects in some of its instances, the level of inaccuracy based on weaving information that doesn’t go beyond the single-source of its preliminary analysis. Such faux-pas makes it easier to breach the fragility of political cognizance when it lacks the necessary wisdom and logic. Thus, it will fall into the trap of severe error according to the diplomatic description before anything else.
The MWL’s statement asserted the denunciation of the government of Canada for its blatant interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is governed by its constitution, regulations and judicial tools that are declared and open guarantees and procedures in a very impartial and fair appreciation for all to see like other legitimate and law abiding countries.
The Rabita’s statement also stressed the right of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to take any firm stand it sees fit towards this outrageous and unprecedented diplomatic larceny in such coarse behavior, and the expressions used which cannot be justified in any proper diplomatic sagacity under any pretext.
The statement continued saying that Saudi Arabia adheres to Islamic Sharia’s arbitration. No one is allowed to compromise or barter with it, since it’s a firm fixture of its constitutional constants and a hallmark of its identity and existence. It is this Sharia that defines the concepts of rights and frameworks freedoms and stick to them. Furthermore, the Kingdom is very well known for its care in its commitment to uphold charters, conventions, and international mores.
The MWL’s statement added that, based on its Constitution, regulations and independent judicial instruments, every State reserve the right to guaranty respect for its public order, security and integrity, national harmony and national rights while taking care of all the requirements of the legitimate rights and freedoms maintained by its competent bodies with independent and transparent judicial oversight in a civilized system.
This has been interpreted based on the survey and monitoring process of the Muslim World League within the scope of its concern in following up Islamic affairs according to its system and its responsibility towards Muslim peoples. These were supported by neutral rights testaments issued by a number of international and "governmental and non-governmental" bodies and institutions that don’t duplicate their criteria or fall into serious error in building (their opinions) on a single source, listening simply to individual improvisations, or falling prey to deliberate scam.
The statement concluded by saying that a country as large as Saudi Arabia, through its long history of gained trust, credibility and international reliance on its wisdom and awareness, will be more keen to preserve those values and principles within, which constitute the structure of its entity, from outside intrusion.