Date: April 22, 2018
For Immediate Release
Muslims Killed by ISIS in Kabul
ISCC and MAT Strongly Condemn Today’s ISIS Attacks on Muslims in Kabul
(Calgary) The Islamic Supreme Council of Canada (ISCC) and Muslims Against Terrorism (MAT) strongly condemn today’s terrorist attacks on the Muslims of Afghanistan in which more than 59 innocent people including women and children were killed and more than 118 were wounded. We pray for the victims and stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan.
These terrorist attacks, again and again, remind Muslims in particular and public in general that the America’s created monster, ISIS is carrying out slow genocide of Muslims and destroying Muslim countries while America pretends to be innocent and the victim.
President Trump has publicly mentioned that ISIS was created by the previous American administration, Hillary Clinton has testified in the Congress that it was US government who helped in spreading the hate ideology of Wahabism and now recently Saudi Crown Prince publicly admitted that Saudi government has been helping the Western governments and has been following US directions to create extremism, radicalization and violence among Muslims by funding, supporting and propagating Wahabism disguised as Islam.
“When American and Western governments will admit that they are responsible for creating and using terrorist organizations like ISIS, Taleban, AlQaeda, etc. to fulfil their agenda?”, said Imam Syed Soharwardy today. The US and some of the Western governments must be held responsible for destroying Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Somalia and killing millions of Muslims over the last three decades. ISCC and MAT condemns the killings of innocent Muslims and Christians by the terrorists.
We pray for the victims of today’s terrorist attacks in Kabul. ISCC will be holding a prayer service (FATEHA) today at 7:00 PM at the Chestermere Recreation Centre, 201 W Chestermere Dr, Chestermere. Everyone is invited.
For further inquiries please contact Imam Syed Soharwardy at 403-831-6330 OR 416-994-5467.