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MB strongly condemns the killings of relief workers in Afghanistan
MB strongly condemns the killings of relief workers in Afghanistan
Terror has no religion
Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Essam El-Erian vehemently deplored the massacre of 10 aid relief workers who were killed in Afghanistan while returning from one of the villages.
Sunday, August 15,2010 13:16
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Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Essam El-Erian vehemently deplored the massacre of 10 aid relief workers who were killed in Afghanistan while returning from one of the villages. The group included different international relief workers from Britain , the US , Germany and Afghanistan . He expressed the MB indignation and unconditional condemnation asserting that terrorism is a menace threatening humanity and humanity should join hands in fighting this scourge.

 "The MB condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. We express deep condolences to the bereaved families. Such violence is totally unacceptable in Islam and no cause or grievance can justify indiscriminate attacks against civilians. Nothing is more heinous and deplorable than taking the lives of innocent people in such a cowardly and inhumane manner". He added that "Although the group supports the Afghans in protecting their lands they stress  there are no acceptable justifications for any act of terrorism and the killings are crimes directed against the very basis of civilized society" Terror he said has no religion".

tags: Relief Workers / Afghanistan / Terror / El-Erian / International Relief / Indiscriminate Attacks
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