Shaykh Rached Ghannouchi, chairman of Tunisia’s an-Nahda Movement Condemns 9/11 Attack

Shaykh Rached Ghannouchi, chairman of Tunisia’s an-Nahda Movement, in exile in London, England

ԓSuch destruction can only be condemned by any Muslim, however resentful one may be of America’s biased policies supporting occupation in Palestine, as an unacceptable attack on thousands of innocent people having no relation to American policies. Anyone familiar with Islam has no doubt about its rejection of collective punishment, based on the well-known Quranic principle that ‘no bearer of burdens can bear the burden of another.’ The Washington Post, October 13, 2001, p. B9


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