Presidential deputy of Senegal:
“Division, among concerns of Islamic countries”
Publish date : Thursday 15 December 2016 16:05
Senegal representative to 30th
Islamic Unity Conference warned the threat of division as serious concerns of the Islamic nation which needs to be maintained.
Amstatou Sow Sidibe, deputy of Senegal president, attended the 30th
International Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran, saying in her speech in the opening ceremony hailed the qualifications of the Iranian nation and their effort to maintain their unity, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
She praised the annual Islamic Unity Conference in Iran for holding the annual event calling that a proof for the fact that the country is a pioneer of creating and boosting unity among Muslims.
Senegalese university professor added,” We are really concerned over the division in the Muslim community and dispersion of the Islamic community is a bigger threat than intrigue; therefore, we should not allow enemies to promote their objectives.”
Amstatou Sow Sidibe slammed the crimes committed by terrorist groups under the name of Islam and massacre of the civilians in some African countries saying,” It is a regret that these crimes are carried out under the name of Islam though here we stress that Islam is the religion of blessings and forgiveness and we hope to witness a day when the religion of peace and security prevails the whole world.”