Bosnian Islamic community leader says Brussels attacks unforgivable sin

The leader of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Husein Kavazovic, on Tuesday condemned the terrorist attacks in Brussels, branding them as an unforgivable sin and moral collapse.

Bosnia and Herzegovina'a top officials sent letters of condolence and sympathy to Belgium following the deadly terrorist attacks, and Kavazovic joined in the condemnation of the explosions.

"I am deeply shaken by the terrorist attacks that happened in Brussels today and that took the lives of many innocent people and caused causalities," Kavazovic wrote in his message to the Belgian Ambassador in Sarajevo, Willem van De Voorde.

The dignitary also described the terrorist attacks as "a grave moral collapse and a serious sin that cannot be justified."

Last update: Tue, 22/03/2016 - 18:30
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