BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 15.
Islamophobia just isn’t the results of ignorance, however a part of political
beliefs, Chairman of the Research Center of the Muslim Institute in
Pakistan Sultan Ahmad Sahibzada mentioned, Trend stories.
He made the comment at a panel session of the
worldwide convention themed “Islamophobia as a Specific Form of
Racism and Discrimination: New Global and Transnational Challenges”
During the dialogue, he emphasised that Islamophobia
not solely has such apparent manifestations because the burning of the
Quran, however can also be expressed within the each day infringement of the
rights of Muslims, which shouldn’t be forgotten.
According to him, Islamophobia has nothing to do with
theological beliefs, however with the insurance policies that international locations
“It is critical to deepen the research of Islamophobia
as a way to combat it in any respect ranges,” he mentioned.
On March 15-16, the Baku International
Multiculturalism Center (BIMC), the Center of Analysis of
International Relations (AIR Center) and the G20 Interfaith Forum
are organizing a world convention devoted to the
International Day to Combat Islamophobia themed “Islamophobia as a
Specific Form of Racism and Discrimination: New Global and
The essential goal of the convention is to offer for
an educational dialogue platform on the alarming traits concentrating on
Muslims and Muslim-populated international locations at worldwide and
The convention, bringing collectively scientists, specialists
of worldwide organizations, non secular figures and
representatives of non-governmental organizations from 32
international locations, is that includes discussions on totally different approaches within the
combat in opposition to Islamophobia, manifestation of Islamophobia in some
European international locations, Islamophobia within the worldwide media.
15 March was designated because the “International Day to
Combat Islamophobia” on the session of the Organization of Islamic
Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), held in
Niamey, Niger, on 27-28 November 2020. In 2022, the United Nations
General Assembly adopted a decision declaring March 15 as
“International Day to Combat Islamophobia”.