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The first Syrian comment on the textbook containing offensive pictures of the Muslim Prophet: “Exposes the true face of the criminal Brotherhood”

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Damascus commented on the offensive pictures in textbook issued by the Turkish Ministry of Education for the first grade of primary school, which provoked angry and reprehensible reactions in the areas of northern Syria occupied by Turkey, because it contained images offensive to the Prophet Muhammad.
The Ministry of Endowments denounced the “serious insult and abuse” of the shrine of the Prophet Muhammad, and said in a statement that “some websites circulated images from a textbook issued by the Turkish Ministry of Education for the first grade of primary school. Terrorists and agents of the Turkish occupation in northern Syria.
The ministry said that the Jurisprudence Scholar Council (affiliated with the Syrian Ministry of Endowments) expresses its “strong condemnation of this offense and the serious infringement” of the shrine of the Prophet.
The statement added that the council affirms that “such acts expose the true face of the criminal Brotherhood (the Muslim Brotherhood) and their followers who disguise themselves as religious ones.”
The statement said: “Such a step comes within the context of the contempt of those, and behind them, the Turkish occupation of all sanctities, from bloodshed to the occupation of lands to insulting the shrine of the prophets.”
He added, “The attempts of the Ottoman Turkish occupation and its followers will not succeed in sabotaging the minds of generations and distorting their sanctities, just as they did not succeed previously in falsifying history and reversing the facts.”


The statement concluded by saying: “Their occupation of the Syrian lands and their attempts to obliterate the identity are inevitably fleeting, with God’s permission, victory and support.”
A book distributed by the Turkish Ministry of Education on Thursday to schools in northern Syria, containing graphic drawings of the Prophet Muhammad, angered residents and activists who saw religious insults in it.
Agency France-Presse indicated that religious books for the first grade were distributed in several schools under the control of the Turkish forces and their loyal factions in northern Syria, including the border city of Jarabulus, where residents rushed to burn the books.
And Agency France-Presse reported that there are calls for demonstrations in several areas, including the city of Al-Bab, if the distribution of books is not prevented or withdrawn from circulation.

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