Pak Ahmadi community leader says anger of Muslims over anti-Islam film 'fully justified'
Islamabad, Sept. 24 (ANI): The head of the Ahmadi community in Pakistan has said the anger of Muslims regarding the anti-Islam film produced in the United States, is fully justified, but has condemned the violent reaction to it.
It is their (non-Muslim's) inability to defeat Islam that is causing them to resort to such vile acts which they try to justify on the basis of freedom of speech or expression. Let it not be that in the name of freedom of speech the peace of the entire is destroyed, The Express Tribune quoted Mirza Masroor Ahmad, as saying in a statement.
Ahmad said that Muslims across the world should peacefully unite in their opposition to the film which has stirred up great resentment and anger among Muslims worldwide.
Ahmad also called for limiting free speech so that the religious sentiments of people are protected. He also condemned the violent response witnessed in a number of countries by Muslims and the killings of innocent people including ambassadors and diplomats. (ANI)
The film, made by an Israeli-American, which portrays Prophet Muhammad as a fraud, child molester and a womanizer, created furore across the Muslim world, resulting in violence and worldwide protests against America. (ANI)