A delegation of members of the Turkish Parliament held a meeting with representatives of civil society organizations in ParisTo discuss ways to combat discrimination against the Muslim and Turkish community.
According to what was reported by Anatolia Agency, the meeting was held – yesterday, Sunday – at the headquarters of the Turkish Consulate General in Paris, in the presence of members of the Human Rights Investigation Committee of the Turkish Parliament.
During the meeting, representatives of civil society organizations discussed cases of discrimination faced by Muslims and Turks, and the challenges they face in performing worship and education. Participants also discussed the anti-Muslim writings that targeted mosques in France During the past year.
In statements to Anadolu Agency after the meeting, Committee Chairwoman Representative Derya Yang, a member, confirmed Justice and Development Party Ruler, importance Türkiye In following up on practices that Muslims are exposed to and considering them anti-Islam. She explained that the committee is working hard to contribute to solving the problems of the Turkish and Muslim community in France.
The Turkish Parliament's Human Rights Investigation Committee consists of representatives representing the ruling party and others from opposition parties.