Saudi King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz marked the start of Eid al-Adha with a call on Muslims to disavow terrorism, which they said was taboo in Islam. “The meanings of the Eid in Islam are many. They include the Muslim’s sympathizing with the needs of fellow Muslims … and cooperating with them in what is good … away from excess and extremism,” they said in a joint message on the occasion of the Feast of the Sacrifice, Islam’s most important holiday. Muslims should embark united on “a course that disavows terrorism, which spreads mayhem and seeks destruction and was forbidden by Islam,” said the message to Muslims reported by official media. Full Story
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