On Sunday, the international conference on “Terrorism and Ways to Treat It,” opened in the Qatari capital, Doha. The event features attendance by leaders of Muslim Brotherhood’s International Organization. The two-day conference, organized by Qatar University, is being attended by leading scientists, intellectuals, academics and experts in the religious, social, political and media fields.
Vice-President of Tunisia’s Islamist Ennahda Party, Abdelfattah Mourou, who is also Deputy Speaker of the Tunisian Parliament, underlined the role of scholars, thinkers and educational institutions in building the minds of the nation through their curriculum.
Warning of the threat of terrorism and extremism, Mourou also alerted participants to the danger posed by extremists “who link terrorism to a great nation which served humanity over the centuries with an undeniable cultural contribution.