Fri 15-03-2019 18:03 PM
SHARJAH, 15th March, 2019 (WAM) -- Ahmed bin Mohammed Jarwan, President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, has condemned the Friday's mosque attacks in New Zealand, which left 40 people killed and over 20 injured, as yet.
"This act of terror represents the most heinous form of terrorism, which the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace is seeking to fighting. We seek to promote the values of tolerance and peaceful coexistence in order to avoid such bloody acts of terror," he said.
Since its establishment, the Council has been working to sow the seeds of peace and tolerance, calling for countering and isolating terrorists and putting them on trial, Al Jarwan noted.
He called for building constructive partnerships involving all world countries to promote values of tolerance and peace.
WAM/Hatem Mohamed/Tariq alfaham