Amsterdam’s Islamic Institute Dar al-Huda denounces riots in some Dutch cities
It invites citizens to interact with Qatar World Cup matches in a spirit of sport and human values
Amsterdam’s Islamic Institute Dar al-Huda regrets the riots, vandalism and arson of some cities in the Netherlands, as well as the Belgian capital Brussels, following the conclusion of the Belgian team’s match against its Moroccan counterpart in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Institute invites all Dutch citizens, particularly young people; The World Cup is a forum for knowledge, coexistence and a school for the exercise of human values and pride in identity. We call on all bodies and institutions to sensitize and raise awareness, to frame the public according to their possibilities and fields of work, and to remind all communities of different races, races and religious spectrums that the greatest winner of this sporting wedding is the maintenance of security and stability in our country, the Netherlands and the rest of the nations, and that the great winner is the human values that we will embody in the field.
We are informed that the Institute will interact with this sporting event at the time and after, by organizing several programmes and activities aimed at raising awareness and guiding all citizens in cooperation with official institutions and civic bodies, while promoting Islamic values aimed at familiarizing peoples with the rapprochement of cultures and celebrating the spirit of humane values built for nations and nations.