Dec 9, 2017, 2:08 PM
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Trump's Holy Quds decision includes hideous goals

Kuala Lumpur, Dec 9 - IRNA - The President of Malaysian Community Activists Association, a civil rights organization, has taken the action of [US President Donald] Trump in announcing Quds as the Israel capital as a dangerous act which seeks further hideous targets.

'We arranged protests against Trump’s decision yesterday to declare our solidarity with the people of Palestine and demonstrate out objection to this decision,' said Mohammad Nazri Sahat, the President of Malaysian Community Activists Association, in an interview with Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).

He added, 'When Trump announced it, definitely he knew that there were massive protests against him. In fact, this decision would obstruct peace negotiations.'

The president of the civil society who also works in the field of human rights added, Trump's measure 'also increases the terrorist activities and promotes terrorist acts in the name of religion and Islam.'

'We want the United States to reject this decision by holding a meeting,' Nazri Sahat said.

He also stated that the United Nations, by convening an extraordinary meeting, must endorse a resolution to oppose this action.

According to the scholar, creating movements in international organizations and institutions of Islamic countries, including the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), is another measure that must be taken against this action to force Trump retreats from his decision.

Expressing the necessity of continuing the protests until the US retreats from its position, he stated, 'The Quds issue is the Islamic world ones and Trump must know that any action against Quds will lead to global action.'

Thousands of Malaysian gathered in front of the United States embassy yesterday to protest against the US president's Wednesday announcement to recognize Beit-ul Muqaddas as the capital city of Israel.

US president's controversial recognition of the Holy Quds on December 6 as the capital of the Zionist regime of Israel met fierce criticism from around the world, as many top brass political figures and international organizations warned about repercussions of the decision in the region and world.