A Muslim organization in Monmouth Junction (NJ) has condemned the Paris terror attacks as “a tragic crime against humanity.”
The Islamic Society of Central Jersey said the “senseless violence is totally unacceptable and against every value and tradition of all faiths.
The Islamic State has taken responsibility for the multiple terror attacks in Paris that took the lives of 129 people and injured over 300.
“We speak as Muslims, as Americans and as human beings who are committed to peace, healing, democracy and all children and people in the world,” the Islamic Society of Central Jersey said.
The Islamic Society of North America in South Plainfield (NJ) also echoed similar sentiments.
ISNA President Azhar Azeez said:
“We strongly condemn the terrorist attacks in Paris. No religious tradition can ever justify nor condone such ruthless and senseless acts of violence. Our prayers and condolences go out to the family and loved ones of the victims.”