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Topic - Qaradawi
A world-renowned Sunni cleric boycotted an interfaith conference in Qatar on Tuesday to avoid sitting next to Jewish participants.
It's Allah's will "not to argue with the People of the Book [Jews and Christians]," he said, as The Post reported. "There is nothing more unjust than what the Jews have done to our people in Palestine."
His boycott was Allah's will, he said.