Resolution on Attack to Islamic Cultural Center


Case No. 04-2015: ISIS

Resolution on Attack to Islamic Cultural Center


January 4th, 2018

The International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights,

Recalling the principles of Buddhist Law, human rights and fundamental freedoms established by international instruments such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations, and the Buddhist Convention on Human Rights adopted by the United Buddhist Nations Organization;

Considering that human rights and fundamental freedoms of the Islamic communities, especially their rights to life and peace, should be respected without any discrimination;

Aware that contemporary Islamic communities are vestiges of an ancient Civilization that was spread throughout dozens of countries for hundreds of years;

Enormously concerned by the discrimination made by contemporary capitalist civilization when associating Islamism with Terrorism, which stigmatizes the life and culture of hundreds of millions of people;

Deploring the existence of ISIS guerrilla group that, in addition to carrying out acts of genocide, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, also propagates a False Islam;

Taking into consideration that 95% of the victims of ISIS are Muslims, which demonstrates the fundamentally heretical nature of ISIS by making perverse massacres against communities to which it says to represent;

Examining that these events not only distort the ethical precepts of the Prophet Muhammad, but also constitute an abhorrent Violation of the International Human Rights Law, being a false ideology that not only does not represent Muslims, but also defames and attacks them homicidally;

Bearing in mind that when ISIS guerrilla carry out terrorist attacks against unarmed civilians they not only carry out War Crimes, but also High Crimes against Peace, killing unarmed men and defenseless women and children;

Affirming that the terrorist attack perpetrated by ISIS in December 2017 against a Shiite Islamic cultural center and a news network in Kabul (Afghanistan), where more than 40 people died, constitutes an act of genocide whose purpose is to totally destroy the Muslim religious group that does not believe in ISIS guerrilla;

Expressing concern at the fact that, according to an analysis by the Conflict Armament Research organization, more than 43% of ISIS weaponry was produced in the superpower country of China, such as the Chinese Type 81 rifle;

  1. Reaffirms that Buddhist Spirituality fully respects the ethical principles of Islamic Spirituality;
  2. Calls for the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms of the Muslim people, having to differentiate it with respect to any association with the ISIS group;
  3. Solemnly establishes that any violent practice that attempts against the sacredness of life is a Violation of the International Human Rights Law;
  4. Expresses the hope that unarmed civilians will never again be attacked by military or paramilitary groups, which constitutes a War Crime and High Crimes against Peace;
  5. Deplores as illegal US President Donald Trump’s acts of discrimination against the Muslim People, to which he has stigmatized and associated repeatedly through a State-sponsored Islamophobia;
  6. Declares that the acts of genocide, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity carried out by ISIS against Muslims make it absolutely False Islamism, demonstrating then that speaking of “Islamic Terrorism” is nothing more than an ethnocentric defamation made by the Western culture;
  7. Calls upon all members of the Buddhist People to show compassion toward the thousands of Muslims who are being killed by ISIS, never having to follow the false teachings of Islamophobic and False Buddhist teachers like Ashin Wirathu or Lama Ole Nydahl.

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