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Abu Dhabi Crown Prince condemns terror attacks, hate speech during call to Macron

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan expressed his condemnation of recent terrorist attacks in France during a phone call with the country’s President Emanuel Macron, Reuters reported citing UAE state news agency WAM.

Mohammed bin Zayed, also the deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces, offered his condolences to the French president and the families of the victims of the recent attacks, and stressed his rejection of hate speech, and any justification for crime, violence and terrorism, WAM said on Sunday.

He also stressed that violence is not representative of the teachings of Prophet Muhammad.

“These violent atrocities are inconsistent with the teachings and principles of all monotheistic religions that call for peace, tolerance and love,” WAM quoted the Crown Prince as saying.

“Under no circumstances should the Prophet be linked to violence or politicisation,” he also said.

Mohammed bin Zayed called on individuals from different backgrounds to refrain from resorting to hate speech and violence and instead engage in respectful dialogue.

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