TWMCC Condemns “Racist” Incident in New York
The World Muslim Communities Council expressed its strong condemnation of the incident that took place in Buffalo, New York, after a gunman opened fire indiscriminately inside a store, killing 10 people and wounding 5 others, in an attack described by the US authorities as racist.
The Council stressed its condemnation and rejection of all acts of violence and extremism that target innocents on the basis of religion, race or nation, stressing that all religions oppose these racist crimes, as they perpetuate hatred and feed feelings of violence and extremism. The Council offered its sincere condolences to the families of the victims, wishing the injured a speedy recovery.
It is noteworthy that The World Muslim Communities Council is an international non-governmental organization that was established on May 8, 2018, based in Abu Dhabi and includes under it more than 900 Islamic organizations and institutions from 142 countries. The Council is considered a think tank to rationalize organizations and associations operating in Muslim communities, renew their thinking, improve their performance and coordinate between them.