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A Statement by the MB Parliamentary Bloc On The Assassination of Bhutto
A Statement by the MB Parliamentary Bloc On The Assassination of Bhutto
The MB Parliamentary Bloc in the Egyptian People’s Assembly received the assassination of Ex-Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto in Rawalpindi last Thursday with extreme depression and concern, pursuing the consequences of this attack with higher approximation
Saturday, December 29,2007 16:47
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The MB Parliamentary Bloc in the Egyptian People’s Assembly received the assassination of Ex-Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto in Rawalpindi last Thursday with extreme depression and concern, pursuing the consequences of this attack with higher approximation.
 
On its part, the Bloc denies all acts of violence and assassinations, especially against peaceful dissidents, and ascribes the responsibility of this accident to the despotic powers in the ruling regimes.
 
Expressing deeper sympathy with the Pakistani people, the Bloc calls all Pakistanis to be more united and deal with these conspiracies with much courage and self-restraint.
 
The Bloc calls Bhutto supporters and allies to be more patient, deeming them far above reactionary works which would drive the Pakistani scene to more unfavorable deteriorations.


﴾ And Allâh has full power and control over His Affairs, but most of men know not   ﴿


The Quran: Chap. 12, V. 21


 Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sa’d Al-Katatni


Head of the MB Parliamentary Bloc


Cairo: 18 Zul-Hijja 1428 AH, Dec. 27 2007 AC


 

 


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