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"Terrorism has no place in Islam", insists on Friday Mesut Özil, extract from the Koran in support. Although he no longer has the opportunity to shine with the ball in the cold with his Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta, Mesut Özil is nonetheless a committed footballer. Last winter, the former German international denounced the oppression of the Uighurs, a Muslim minority in western China severely repressed by the Beijing regime. This time, the Gunner could not resign himself to silence in the face of the attack in Nice on Thursday by a religious fanatic. "Terrorism has no place in Islam", hammers the 2014 world champion on his Twitter account, not without highlighting an extract from the Koran unequivocally - sura V, verse 32: "The one who killed a man who has committed no violence on earth, nor killed, it is as if he had killed all men. Whoever saves a single innocent person, it is as if he had saved the whole of humanity… ”Turkey also strongly condemns Close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Mesut Özil thus echoes the message of condolence delivered by Ankara even the standby, a few hours after the attack. “We strongly condemn the attack that was committed today inside the Notre-Dame church in Nice and offer our condolences to the relatives of the victims. It is clear that those who have committed such a savage attack on a sacred place of worship cannot be inspired by any religious, human or moral value whatsoever. »
Terrorism has no place in Islam ❌❌❌- Mesut Özil (@ MesutOzil1088)
Denis Pelletier: "Faced with the attacks, the brotherhood of Catholics is a political project" .
© VALERY HACHE In front of the Notre-Dame de l'Assomption basilica, in Nice, Saturday. For the sociologist, a specialist in Catholicism, the bishops of France reacted remarkably to the attack on Nice by putting themselves "on the side of peace". Director of studies at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Denis Pelletier is a specialist in the history and sociology of Catholicism.