Muslim Leader: ‘We Cannot Sit Home and Act Like Nothing Is Happening’

May 11, 2016

Earlier this year more than 250 Muslim religious leaders, scholars, and heads of state gathered in Morocco to release the Marrakesh Declaration, a landmark document calling upon predominately Muslim countries to defend religious minorities against persecution.

The document is meant to encourage Muslim leaders to fight extremism in their own countries in response to the brutal persecution of religious minorities such as Christians and Yazidis by ISIS.

Read more at: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2016/may/muslim-leader-lsquo-we-cannot-sit-home-and-act-like-nothing-is-happening-rsquo


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