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Statements for Peaceful Coexistence

The database of statements is a collection of statements published online made by religious leaders, religious institutions and interreligious organizations for peaceful coexistence, as well as against the use of violence in the name of religion. The statements are accessible through hyperlinks to publically available online sources and resources.  

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Note: The content displayed below is in chronological order of the date on which the statements were made or published

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Saudi ArabiaIslam

Final Communique of Global Conference: Islam and Counter Terrorism

By: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia
25 Feb, 2015

Final Communique of Global Conference: Islam and Counter Terrorism

Islam

Fighting terror is Islamic duty

By: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia
22 Feb, 2015

Fighting terror is Islamic duty Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh has stressed the importance of rallying all efforts from media and educational institutions to combat terrorism. “The misuse of the religion by extremists is greatly damaging the image of Islam,” he said. Such actions severely...

Austria

Vienna Declaration: United Against Violence in the Name of Religion

By: High-level representatives of the major world religious and social institutions at the international conference “United against Violence in the Name of Religion: Supporting Religious and Cultural Diversity in Syria and Iraq”
19 Nov, 2014

Vienna Declaration United Against Violence in the Name of Religion November 19, 2014 Under the auspices of the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, high-level representatives of the major world religious and social institutions have...

KAICIID Declaration of Principles ‘In the Face of Conflict’

By: KAICIID Council of Parties
25 Sep, 2014

The King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue declares in the face of conflict the following: We Believe We believe in the sanctity of life and the inherent dignity of the person. We believe that religion is an enabler of respect and...

Islam

Senior scholars confirmed that terrorism is a terrible crime, an injustice and an enemy of sharia law and nature in all its forms

By: هيئة كبار العلماء
18 Sep, 2014

أكدت هيئة كبار العلماء أن الإرهاب يعد جريمة نكراء، وهو ظلم وعدوان تأباه الشريعة والفطرة بصوره وأشكاله كافة

ANIC rejects ISIS claims and violence

By: Australian National Imam Council
15 Sep, 2014

ANIC rejects ISIS claims and violence The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) wishes to reassure all Australians that they have nothing to fear from their true Muslim neighbours who want peace and security for everyone regardless of religion. The safety of Australia is a shared aspiration of...

Saudi ArabiaIslam

Mufti of the Kingdom calls for an executive plan to promote moderation

By: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia
18 Aug, 2014

Mufti of the Kingdom calls for an executive plan to promote moderation

Islam

Statement from Muslim Leaders in Manitoba

By: Manitoba Muslims (Canada)
10 Aug, 2014

Statement from Muslim Leaders in Manitoba We, the undersigned Muslim leaders in Winnipeg, unconditionally declare the actions of ISIS against the Iraqi Christians and Yazidis an affront to our faith, and we forcefully condemn any attempts by ISIS to associate their heinous crimes to Islam and to...

World's top Muslim leaders condemn attacks on Iraqi Christians

By: Organization of Islamic Cooperation: The Islamic State Has "Nothing To Do With Islam," Has Committed Crimes "That Cannot Be Tolerated."
25 Jul, 2014

World's top Muslim leaders condemn attacks on Iraqi Christians As the Vatican's internal news source reported, the Secretary General for the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which represents 1.4 billion Muslims in 57 countries around the world, condemned the Islamic State's persecution of of...

Islam

CAIR Condemns ISIS Violence and Rejects Calls to Join Extremists Fighting Abroad

By: Council of American-Islamic Relations
07 Jul, 2014

CAIR Condemns ISIS Violence and Rejects Calls to Join Extremists Fighting Abroad “American Muslims view the actions of ISIS as un-Islamic and morally repugnant. No religion condones the murder of civilians, the beheading of religious scholars or the desecration of houses of worship. We condemn the...

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