The French have no right to accuse Islam and there is no new Islam and an old one, the chairman of the Supreme Islamic Council, Abou Abdallah Ghoulam Allah, said, on Sunday in a response to the opinion of stopping the reception of the Algerians by France.
Ghoulam Allah confirmed in an interview with Echorouk News TV channel that the imams sent by the Ministry of Religious Affairs did not call for violating the laws or opposing to the interest of the French society.
“We do not interfere in French politics. France is a secular state and it has no right to interfere in the people’s religion on its soil, including Muslims”, he confirmed.
In another context, Abou Abdallah Ghoulam Allah called on those infected with the Coronavirus to isolate themselves and not to mix with others.
Regarding forest fires, Ghoulam Allah explained; “The recently recorded fires are a criminal operation which aimed at weakening the state”.
“Launching a national afforestation campaign is a contribution to developing life and preserving the legacy of martyrs and mujahideen (war veterans)”, he added.