Thousands of people from all walks of life gathered outside the Norwegian capital's Parliament building late Monday to show contempt for statements made by a spokesperson for the self-proclaimed Islamic State of al-Sham (ISIS) who had defended decapitation "as a way of executing war criminals."
Monday's march saw members of Muslim civil society organizations march alongside church representatives and politicians from all parties - including Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg and Labor Party Leader Jonas Gahr-Store - to denounce extremism and appeal for peace.
"A good society is built when we show that we disagree with and loathe organizations such as ISIS," said Solberg. Norwegian Prime Minister continued her speech by quoting Prophet Mohammad saying "If one of you sees something wrong, let him change it with his hand; if he cannot, then with his tongue; if he cannot, then with his heart and this is the weakest faith."
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