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ICCIInterreligious Coordinating Council in Israel
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ICCIInternet Chamber of Commerce International
ICCIIndian Council of Conservation Institute
ICCIIndependent Committee for Citizen Involvement
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Dr Selim, of the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, said: "The law of blasphemy helps secure a positive co-existence.
Violence has never been the answer, it is the problem, and we as Muslims need to walk a similar path," Shaikh Hussain Hallawa, chief imam at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland (ICCI) and Chairman of the Irish Council of Imams, told Gulf News.
Dr Ali Selim, who is a senior member of the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland, condemned the three men involved in the attacks but said that media should not mention Islam in their reports.
Grieving friends gathered at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland in Clonskeagh, Dublin, on Wednesday night to remember Hudhaifa and offered support to his grieving family.
Summayah Kenna from the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland said: "Muslim women see it as more important to maintain their religious beliefs than fit in and face veils are an important part of the Muslim faith.
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