Coalition Attack Into Libya, Exacerbating the West with Islamic Relations

Attack coalition forces led by the United States (U.S.) back to Libya will worsen the relationship between Islam and the West. It is not possible terrorist action will bring up the attack Western interests in various countries.

"I hope to attack coalition forces were not excessive and refrain from doing so if the attack will worsen again over the relationship between Islam and the West," said Chairman of the Indonesian Ulema Council KH Ma'ruf Amin in Jakarta, Saturday (26 / 3).

He said the actions of coalition forces to bring such that excessive civilian casualties and damage to various community facilities and infrastructure such as schools. "This action will lead to excessive anger Muslims worldwide," said Ma'ruf.

Ma'ruf recognize actions of coalition forces are now redundant because it must immediately dihentika. "They (coalition forces), it should provide protection to people against Muammar Gaddafi's Libya," he said.

However, continued Ma'ruf instead of military action to destroy a variety of facilities and infrastructures Libyans. In fact, the innocent civilian victims died from the attack.

Previously, the Libyan government spokesman Ibrahim Mousa stated civilians killed by coalition forces has reached 100 people. However, the West has denied the Libyan government's official announcement.