2015-11-17 10:08:00

Head of Caucasus Muslim Board accuses certain heads of state in supporting terrorism

Baku, November 17, Interfax - The chairman of the Religious Council of the Caucasus, Sheikh ul-Islam Allahshukur Pasha-zadeh, accused a number of heads of state of supporting international terrorism.

"It is very regretful that today certain heads of state provide support for international terrorism, deriving benefits from it for themselves. This leads to terrorist attacks, and as a result, the same lot can befall their countries as well," Pasha-zadeh told reporters at the French Embassy in Azerbaijan, while expressing his attitude toward the last Friday attacks in Paris.

In recent years global community has witnessed many terrorist attacks in various parts of the planet, he said.

"The recent terror attack in Lebanon, the plane explosion over the Sinai peninsula, the terror attacks in France were the continuation of the terror we are talking about," head of the Muslims of the Caucuses said.

Pasha-zadeh called on political and religious leaders to unite in the fight against terrorism.