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Muslim Brotherhood Statement on Anshas Bombing Incident Sunday
Muslim Brotherhood Statement on Anshas Bombing Incident Sunday
The Muslim Brotherhood issues a statement in which it denounces a bombing near an army intelligence facility north of Cairo injuring four soldiers.
Monday, December 30,2013 17:00
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In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

The Muslim Brotherhood condemns the heinous blast which occurred on Sunday at a military intelligence building in the city of Anshas, and prays for a speedy recovery for the injured.

The Muslim Brotherhood urges the perpetrators, whoever they are, to fear God in what they are doing, the homeland they are destroying and the sacred blood they are spilling.

The group further urges all relevant authorities to promptly apprehend the perpetrators and bring them to justice through a fast-tracked investigation and a fair trial.

God save Egypt and its people from all evil

The Muslim Brotherhood

Cairo: December 29, 2013

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Coup / Anti-Coup / Violence / Bombing / Military Coup / Interior Ministry
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