Statement from the Muslim World League

The Muslim World League condemns the terrorist attack on an educational center in the Afghan capital

The Muslim World League condemns the terrorist attack on an educational center in the Afghan capital

Makkah:

The Muslim World League condemns the terrorist attack that targeted an educational center in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing and injuring many people, mostly students.

This came in a statement by the General Secretariat of the MWL, in which His Excellency its Secretary General and Chairman of the Organization of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, condemned this terrorist crime, which violates all religious and humanitarian laws and customs, and targets educational institutions that represent an urgent need for Afghanistan at this critical time.

On behalf of the General Secretariat of the Muslim World League and its international councils, bodies, and assemblies, Dr. Al-Issa reiterated the MWL’s firm position on rejecting and confronting all forms and causes of extremism, violence and terrorism, and full solidarity with the dear Afghan people in the face of everything that threatens their security, stability and dignity.

His Excellency extended his sincere condolences to the families of the victims and injured, and to the Afghan people, praying to God Almighty to bless the deceased with his mercy, dwell them in his vast paradise, inspire their families patience, grant the injured a speedy recovery, and protect dear Afghan people from all evil.