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Ennahdha Party Statement on Israeli attack on Syria
Ennahdha Party Statement on Israeli attack on Syria
Ennahdha Party, which has been following with great concern the Israeli attack on Syrian territories:
Monday, May 6,2013 15:34
IkhwanWeb

Tunis, 5 May 2013

Ennahdha Party, which has been following with great concern the Israeli attack on Syrian territories:

1. Strongly condemns this unjust aggression against the resources and land of the Syrian people.

2. Renews its support for the Syrian revolution and the Syrian people's right to freedom and dignity.

3. Considers this aggression to be a devious attempt to cause disruption and confusion and undermine the Syrian revolution.

Ennahdha Party

Media & Communication Office

tags: Nahdha Party / Violations / Tunisia / Israeli Attack / Syria / Media / Syrian Revolution / Syrian Revolution / Bashar Al-Assad / Syrian Regime / Syrian Army / Syrians
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