The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC), The Grand Mufti of Australia and Muslim community leaders visited the Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Sydney, in support and standing in solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka after the recent terrorist attacks that left over 250 dead and 500 injured.
The following is their statement. These are attacks not only on the Sri Lankan people but on all humanity. It’s an international tragedy that Muslims, Christians, Buddhists and many others from different faiths and races are all the victims of these barbaric attacks.
Terrorism does not have a religion, colour or race.
The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) and the Muslim community stand strong in solidarity with the Sri Lankan people and all the victims and their families.
A special thanks to the Consulate General of Sri Lanka, Consul General Lal Wickrematunge, Consul M. Abdul Raheem and all staff for their warm welcoming.
The Delegation comprised The Grand Mufti of Australia Dr. Ibrahim Abu Mohamad, the President of ANIC Imam Shadi Alsuleiman, the President of the Council of Imams NSW Imam Hassan Elsitouhi, Council of Imams NSW members Imam Fadi Elbaba and Imam Taher Michroui, community leaders, UMNSW President Brother Talal Elcheikh, AICC President Brother Mohammad AJzoabi, Imam of Muhajirin Mussalah Imam Adid Almbai and Sister Sarah Elzoabi.