After the New Zealand bloody accident
Maat calls on the international community to address hate speech and stop financing terrorism
Maat Foundation described the horrific terrorist incident that struck New Zealand today, which resulted in dozens of victims while performing Friday prayers, as a terrible accident by all standards, especially as it occurred in a country characterized by calm and peace.
Within the framework of Maat Foundation's interest in spreading a culture of peace, tolerance and the rejection of violence, and in conjunction with the attendance of a delegation from the foundation to the activities of the Human Rights Council held in Geneva, Maat calls on the international community to strongly confront hate speech at all levels, and calls on the United Nations to condemn hate practices And anti-immigrant sentiment, because our world can no longer tolerate more blood.
The Foundation calls on the international community to unite towards a new mechanism to confront terrorism and prevent its financing, in addition to intensifying efforts aimed at rejecting hate speech and Islamophobia, and the Foundation affirms that terrorism has no religion or homeland, and it is no longer acceptable to associate terrorism with Islam, as it is completely innocent of that. . The time has come to join together to stand up to confront terrorism at all levels.