MPAC Condemns Bombing in Israel

Category: Middle East, World Affairs Topics: Muslim Public Affairs Council Views: 1318
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Washington D.C., The Muslim Public Affairs Council condemns the bombing attack against innocent civilians that took place at Hebrew University in Israel today, killing seven people.

Freedom of access to education is an important Islamic value, and we find it shocking that these students were targeted as they pursued their studies. All students, Palestinian and Israeli, should have the right to a safe learning environment as an integral element of a secure life.

It is obvious that the policy of wrenching violence being pursued by the present Israeli government and Palestinian extremists is a fruitless and tragic waste of time and precious human life. MPAC renews its call that meaningful political negotiations resume between the parties to bring this horrible crisis to a just and permanent end.

Source: MPAC


  Category: Middle East, World Affairs
  Topics: Muslim Public Affairs Council
Views: 1318

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