Presidency’s Director of Communications Altun reacts to attacks against mosques in Germany

Presidency’s Director of Communications Prof. Fahrettin Altun stated that the attacks against the mosques in Bremen and Kassel, Germany, are an indication of the growing hostility towards Islam in the world and said: “If the struggle against Islamophobia is not carried out at global level, the world peace will continue to face great threats.”

On his Twitter account, Prof. Altun shared a post regarding the attacks against the two mosques in Germany at the weekend. Prof. Altun made the following statement:

“The attacks against the mosques in Bremen and Kassel, Germany, are an indication of the growing hostility towards Islam in the world. The world peace will continue to face great threats if the struggle against Islamophobia is not carried out at global level. The Western world faces a new form of racism. This wind of racism first and foremost threatens democratic values, consciousness of public realm and the idea of ​​global peace and damages our common future. Let us jointly fight against all forms of racism.”