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FJP Condemns Mansoura Explosions; Denounces Violence; Will Continue Peaceful Protest - Ikhwanweb

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FJP Condemns Mansoura Explosions; Denounces Violence; Will Continue Peaceful Protest
FJP Condemns Mansoura Explosions; Denounces Violence; Will Continue Peaceful Protest
Freedom and Justice Party deputy leader Erian reaffirms that the party strongly rejects all forms of violence, vowing to continue its commitment to peacefulness in all activities.
Wednesday, July 24,2013 05:20
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Dr. Essam El-Erian, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Vice-Chairman, condemned the explosion that occurred in the vicinity of the security directorate in Dakahlia governorate.

"I condemn all forms of violence, which is located whomever.

"Our revolution is peaceful, and all its activities are peaceful. No provocateurs or provocation will drag us into any violence. Our strength is in our peacefulness, our unity and our faith in God Almighty. Our cause is just – against the coup, in solidarity with the return of legitimacy, reinstatement of the Constitution, the Parliament and the President."

Meanwhile, Hussein Ibrahim, the FJP Secretary-General, said: "We strongly denounce all acts and all forms of violence, including the Mansoura explosion.

"Our approach is peaceful. We do not accept any attacks on any Egyptian, nor do we accept any acts of violence."

tags: FJP / Erian / Violence / Military Coup / Constitution / Dakahlia / Mansoura / Parliament / President / Hussein Ibrahim
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