Manama, Mar. 15 (BNA): The King Hamad Global Centre for Peaceful Coexistence has strongly condemned the terrorist attack on worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand today.
In a statement, the centre affirmed that the heinous attack confirms anew that terrorism has no religion or homeland but it is a faith promoted by advocates of discourse of hatred and rancour.
The centre’s Board of Trustees Chairman Dr. Shaikh Khalid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa extended sincerest condolences to the victims’ families, wishing the injured a speedy recovery. He called on the international community to condemn the incident and take all necessary procedures to confront the culture of hatred and its advocates around the world and protect houses of worship.
Members of the Board of Trustees, who represent different religions in Bahrain, described the horrendous massacre as a shocking and painful terrorist crime. They underlined the need to continue fighting extremism, hatred and terrorism which have no religion and assert the danger of the extremist ideology that rejects the other and destroys all humanitarian values. They also called to immunize societies from the danger of this ideology.