The Universal Muslim Association of America strongly condemns the attacks on the United States Embassies in Cairo, Egypt, Benghazi, Libya and Sanaa, Yemen.

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The Universal Muslim Association of America strongly condemns the attacks on the United States Embassies in Cairo, Egypt, Benghazi, Libya, and Sanaa, Yemen.  Further, we condemn the murder of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and that of his staff members.  No legitimate goal can ever be accomplished by harming innocent people, and no such behavior can ever be tolerated by the Holy Religion of Islam.  We call upon the people of Egypt, Libya, and Yemen to take proactive measures to prevent violence and ensure that such actions can never happen again.

These riots are believed to be the result of an anti-Islam video created in the United States, which while derogatory and insulting, do not justify the harming of innocents.  In the Holy Quran, God says that evil must be met with good deeds:

“The good deed and the evil deed are not alike.  Repel the evil deed with one which is better, then lo! he, between whom and thee there was enmity will become as though he was a near friend.” (Chapter 41, Verse 34).

The Universal Muslim Association of America condemns all acts of terrorism as deplorable crimes against humanity, as they are completely reprehensible, and there is no legitimate reason for them to occur.  Islam is a religion that advocates peace and tranquility amongst all peoples, and for any innocent individual to be harmed, is completely against the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

Islam, as taught by the Holy Prophet and his family, strongly advocates peaceful dialogue and discussion and rejects wanton violence against innocents.  Further, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (May God Bless Him) condemned all forms of terrorism against all people.  The individuals who perpetrated this attack blatantly acted against the teachings of Islam and humanity.

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