Turkish MP Aydın described the Ukrainian army’s mockery of the Qur’an as a provocation
ANTAKYA, 18 March – RIA Novosti. İbrahim Aydın, a member of the ruling Justice and Development Party in Turkey, said that he saw the images of the Ukrainian army mocking the Qur’an as a provocation and an attack on Islam, but did not believe the reality of them due to his distrust. social networks.
Earlier, Chechnya leader Ramzan Kadyrov released a video showing the Ukrainian army mocking the Qur’an and promised to find and punish them. He announced a reward of 5 million rubles for their destruction, and 10 million rubles for their capture.
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“I see this as a provocation and an attack on our religion. As you can see, the policy of our President is to resolve this conflict. I do not see social networks as a serious platform, but if such a situation really persists.” It is a provocation, as in Sweden. Those who take this step are after their own goals,” he said.
Albir Krganov, head of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia (DSMR), said that such negative facts are taken from the Western example. “We saw how the Qur’an was burned in Europe and what happened afterwards. Then the whole Islamic world was filled with anti-Western protests. No wonder: those who provoke someone in this way are still waiting for an answer. Even if the Ukrainian Armed Forces mocks the Qur’an… He is a soldier of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, challenging not only Muslims, but also Christians, Jews, Buddhists. It was accepted,” said Mufti Krganov.
Seitumer Nimetullaev, leader of the Crimean Tatar organization Qyrym Birligi (Crimean Union) and the People’s Assembly of the Crimean Tatar People, said that those who mock the holy book “will face an inevitable and terrible punishment.” Speaking to RIA Novosti, Nimetullaev said, “This is a blasphemy against the entire Muslim world. The person who did this will be cursed by Almighty Allah. I believe he is not a tenant. An inevitable and terrible punishment awaits him.” According to him, it is unacceptable for “such scoundrels” to try to divide the Muslim and Christian worlds.
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