Islamic Scholars In Kano Call For Anti-Blasphemy Laws


A Coalition of Islamic students in Kano has known as on the state meeting to make a legislation for the punishment of those that commit blasphemy.

The coalition made the decision throughout a courtesy go to to Abdulazeez Gafasa, speaker of Kano home of meeting.

Talking in the course of the go to, Ibrahim Muazzam, a member of the coalition, stated the necessity for the legislation to punish blasphemers was agreed upon throughout a current public lecture over the “blasphemy” in opposition to Prophet Muhammad by President Emmanuel Macron of France.

Islamic Scholars In Kano Call For Anti-Blasphemy Laws

Muazzam stated to forestall the breakdown of peace in Kano, it’s mandatory for a legislation to be in place to punish those that commit blasphemy.

He stated the coalition launched into session to forestall any “arduous response” that may path the feedback made by the France president in opposition to Prophet Muhammed.

“Our resolutions embody that the state authorities ought to substitute the educating of French language in all colleges with Arabic language,” he stated.

“Muslims ought to boycott French merchandise in addition to their financial, monetary and political pursuits till France is pulled all the way down to its knees.

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“Muslims worldwide ought to take into account Macron and his administration as paragons of Islamophobia.

“Muslims ought to re-affirm their religion in, and love of, prophet Muhammad (Upon Whom is Peace) and may attempt to unfold his message and character of mercy and peace.

“United Nations Group (UNO) to prevail upon its companies in addition to worldwide NGOs to desist from supporting all acts of blasphemy and to warning them that freedom of speech doesn’t prolong to infringement on different individuals’s religion.”

In his response, the speaker stated the meeting helps the resolutions of the coalition, including that the meeting would make legal guidelines to help current peace and unity within the state.

“We’re totally in help of the decision, and we’re going to do the whole lot inside our energy to make sure the enactment of the legislation, and in addition the enforcement,” Gafasa stated.

“In these areas that we have now no energy over it, we’re going to write to the related authorities on the problem.”

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