Strasbourg. 10 October. REPORT.AZ/ A resolution was adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on “Regulating foreign funding of Islam in Europe in order to prevent radicalisation and Islamophobia.”
Western European Bureau of Report News Agency informs that the document urges member-states to put an end to foreign funding of Islamic states in order to spread their national policies in other member-states through Islam.
The resolution noted that the states should protest interferences of foreign organizations to establish parallel societies in their territories and prevent foreign funding of the organizations which violate human rights and the right of living together as one of the fundamental rights.
PACE membe-states urge the Islamic countries to include Islam in their education, to allocate the necessary funds to the religious community, and to support initiatives to open Islamic theological faculties in Europe in order to prevent radicalism.
Notably, the autumn session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) kicked off in Strasbourg on October 8.