Dr Mohamad Ali El Husseini: Together for a moderate speech away from extremism and hatred
At the invitation of the Muslim World League, the Secretary-General of the Arab Islamic Council in Lebanon, Dr. Mohamad Ali El Husseini, participated in the conference "Values of moderation in the texts and the Sunna" in Mecca and presented a working paper and suggestions the truth of moderation in Islam shows that it embodies the reality and essence of Islam, contrary to what the misguided group wants to portray from Islam in order to serve its dubious objectives.
We have the duty to investigate the originality of moderation and moderate values in the texts and the Sunnah, especially that what the extremist group has done during this period of terrorist acts is unacceptable. It is an outgrowth of Islam and its moderate middle-class approach, and between what we have always been accustomed to living in peace and security. Unlike and counteracting the work of extremist and terrorist infidels.
El Husseini confirmed the authenticity of moderation in the texts and the Sunnah, namely the emphasis on Islam's clear approach, which exposes the goals of the extremists, manipulating them and putting them into place.
El Husseini said that the time has come for a moderate, during which to face the misguided currents and wrong rhetoric.
The time has come for this and our recommendations for the conference:
The formation of a committee to purify texts and religious traditions, which may be an outsider, especially those exploited by those who are misguided in order to mislead our youth.
- Seeking to consolidate the values of moderation and coexistence with the other and refused to close, intolerance and obscurity.
The need to address the ideas of the deviant groups in an intellectual way with a scientific approach, especially that counteracting the lost thought can not be confined to the security field only, but should focus on the intellectual aspect as it contributes to refute the foundations on which the extremists rely.
Dr. Mohamad Ali El Husseini concluded by saying that it is necessary to work towards agreeing on a moderate speech in the face of misguided rhetoric that calls for hatred and extremism