All parties urged not to take extreme actions in Palestinian solidarity campaigns


KUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Religious Affairs) Datuk Mohd Na’im Mokhtar (pic) has urged all parties not to take extreme measures in their solidarity campaigns with the Palestinian people.

Mohd Na’im said that any action taken must be based on truth, knowledge, and ethics.

Na'im called everyone to show solidarity with the Palestinian people through various approaches, including praying for their strength and well-being.

"Regarding the issue of Palestine, I believe everyone understands that the atrocities committed by the Zionists against the Palestinian people are completely unacceptable. The actions of the Zionists are extremely rude, excessive, and beyond the bounds of humanity.

"Any actions that could cause public unrest must be avoided entirely, especially those involving slander, insults, threats, and so on," he said in a statement on Sunday (May 19). - Bernama

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