Religion is a sacred institution or organization created to help the citizens of a community or country practice good works; for a better life. Those who belong to a religious institution and practice its doctrine are called faithful or believers. Believers must act morally well to safeguard their reputation and the reputation of the institution to which they belong. Religious organizations serve and worship a supreme and superior being, who is above all; he is called God. A loving God who wants his people to live in the most perfect security. Therefore, he said, “Let us love one another as I have loved you.” If anyone says, I love God, and hates his brother, he is a liar, he who does not love his brother whom he sees, how can he loves God whom he does not see; The Bible 1 John 4: 7-21]. Indeed, no one should use religion to harm others; for God is love. Those who practice love will not endanger the lives of the citizens of their community or destroy the public and private institutions that serve the population. All those who pretend to practice a religion and put the lives of the citizens of their nation or other nations of the world in danger are not serving the true loving God, creator of the heavens and the earth; but someone else, the devil. Hatred and wickedness come from the devil who sows insecurity everywhere in the world. Religion is not a source of insecurity, but a source of security and love for the development and progress of a nation. The majority of people living in a nation belong to some religion. Since the mission of religion is to help believers to practice good works; One wonders: why there are so many crimes and terrorist attacks in the world? Who committed those crimes? What religions do they belong to? Think about it.
Me Serge Desrameaux, Lawyer and Professor