Saudi Arabia has condemned the killing of three American Muslims in North Carolina as “heinous” and a “terrorist” act.
A statement published by the official Saudi Press Agency on Sunday also called for an end to incitement against Muslims, the Associated Press reports.
On Sunday, several thousand people took part in a march in neighboring Qatar to show solidarity with the families of the North Carolina victims.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which is made up of 57 Muslim countries, also expressed concern, saying the murders reflected “rising anti-Muslim sentiments and Islamophobic acts” in the U.S.
Deah Barakat, his wife Yusor Abu-Salha and her sister Razan Abu-Salha were killed last Tuesday by their neighbor Craig Hicks. The FBI is now investigating whether their deaths were the result of a hate crime.
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