Italian Prime Minister in a viral video

Meloni also criticized Saudi Arabia and its law based on Islamic law.

New Delhi:

An undated video clip of Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has appeared on social media, in which she said that Islamic culture and the values ​​and rights of European civilization have a “compatibility problem.”

The Italian Prime Minister was heard speaking in Italian in the old video. The video appeared a day after an event was organized in Rome on Saturday by its right-wing conservative Brotherhood of Italy party. The ceremony was also attended by UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

She was heard saying in the video that went viral: “I think there is a problem of compatibility between Islamic culture or a certain interpretation of Islamic culture and the rights and values ​​of our civilization.”

She said: “It does not escape my mind that most Islamic cultural centers in Italy are funded by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

In the video, Meloni also criticized Saudi Arabia’s strict Islamic law, under which apostasy and homosexuality are criminal offenses. Islamic law, commonly referred to as Islamic law, constitutes a set of principles and regulations rooted in the Qur’an and Hadith, which represent the core religious texts of Islam.

“Sharia means stoning for adultery and the death penalty for apostasy and homosexuality. I think these matters should be raised, and this does not mean generalizing Islam. Rather, it means raising the problem that there is an Islamization process in Europe that is very far from Islam.” “The values ​​of our civilization,” she said.

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Today, Saturday, Britain and Italy announced plans to jointly finance the return trip for migrants stranded in Tunisia, according to statements from the two countries, but they did not specify the amount of money that would be provided.

Rishi Sunak said: “If we do not tackle this problem, the numbers will increase. They will overwhelm our countries and our ability to help those who need our help most.”

“Making this deterrence credible will mean doing things differently, breaking from the consensus. Georgia and I are willing to do that.”

The two leaders also met with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama to discuss migration.

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