Professor Muhammad Zakria Zakar, Vice-Chancellor of Okara University, urged European academics to step up their opposition to Islamophobia.
A spokesperson for the university said that in a letter to the reactors of famous universities in France and Germany, UoO VC emphasized the need to stop spreading hatred in the name of freedom of speech.
The right to believe in religion and respect for religious symbols are the core constitutional values of almost all European countries. The letter said that insulting other religions and religious figures is unconstitutional and impolite, and no one expects civilized society to take such behavior.
Dr. Zakir is from Germany and was a professor at the Humboldt University of Germany. He has contacted German and French academic circles to lobby them and educate the public about the serious negative cultural impact of profanity sketching.
VC said in the letter: “This practice has not only hurt the feelings of two billion Muslims, but also spread inter-religious hatred and intolerance among countries, adding that today’s globalized world cannot bear it in the name of religion. Conflict and violence.
Venture capitalists believe that the world needs a collective effort to deal with existential threats such as global warming, water scarcity, infectious diseases, poverty, and hunger. In this case, spread Islamic fear or insult respected Islamic symbols to humans or Human beings are useless. International peace.
Dr. Zakar warned that the publication and dissemination of such cartoons may deepen the division of European society and may intensify hatred and violence on a global scale. He urged the world to learn from history and act responsibly to avoid future massacres.
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Last Updated on 11/02/2020