OIC insisted on fighting Islamophobia and condemned the West on New Zealand’s massacre.
External Affairs Minister Javad Zarif has said that some western countries should be held responsible for the attack on 2 mosques in New Zealand. There were at least 50 Namazi casualties in this attack.
He said at the emergency meeting of the Islamic Cooperation Organization in Istanbul on Friday: “The terrorist attack of New Zealand reflects a very dangerous wave of Islamophobia in the west.”
Javad Zarif said: “Some western officials and institutions are provoking crime against Muslims.”
He criticized those people who are blocking Muslims from entering their country. His signal was towards the American President Trump. In the same way, he also criticized those people who are prohibiting the use of Islamic symbols in their country. Zarif’s point was to point out to the European countries.
After the meeting of the Islamic Cooperation Organization’s emergency meeting in Istanbul city of Istanbul, the Iranian Foreign Minister and his Ottoman counterpart Maulood Chouhh Oğlu, on a telephone call on the massacre in New Zealand, was held on the request of Iran.
In this meeting, Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Ardogan in his speech appealed for international fighting against Islamophobia, saying that the Islamic nation can not forget this heinous terrorist attack.