Global Anti-Aggression Campaign
28 Apr 2003, Makkah (Saudi Arabia), by signatories to an anti-aggression declaration.
As a nongovernmental, independent, peaceful, educational campaign of volunteers: call on all peoples, governments, supporters of truth and justice and friends of peace to cooperate in rejecting aggression and spreading values of truth and justice; unite efforts of members of the Ummah in alerting the Muslim community on its right to self-defence; repel aggression by all possible legitimate and effective means; cooperate in righteousness and piety, aid the oppressed and repel aggressors; alert the Ummah on the plans of its enemies, calling on the community to protect its identity; reawaken the Islamic spirit among Muslims to serve their faith and nation and to defend their rights; clarify the true image of Islam, explain the humanitarian and ethical aspects of its laws and expose the falsehood of campaigns of prejudice against it; work for cooperation and coordination among both governmental and nongovernmental organizations in service to Muslim causes throughout the Islamic World; work for active cooperation among peoples, organizations and international bodies opposed to oppression and domination of peoples and their resources.Available with paid subscription only.
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