Muslim Brotherhood, FJP Leaders Condemn Terrorist Incidents in Kuwait, Tunisia

Muslim Brotherhood, FJP Leaders Condemn Terrorist Incidents in Kuwait, Tunisia

 Dr. Amr Darrag and Yehia Hamed, leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood abroad and ministers in legitimate elected President Mohamed Morsi’s government; and Abdel-Mawgoud Dardery, spokesman for the Foreign Relations Committee of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), condemned the terrorist incidents that hit Tunisia and Kuwait recently.

Muslim Brotherhood leading member Amr Darrag said: "We condemn in the strongest terms the terrorist incidents in Kuwait and Tunisia… Indiscriminate killing of human beings is indeed condemned in all religions".

Meanwhile, in a tweet, Yehia Hamed said: "We condemn the terrorist incidents in Kuwait and Tunisia. We extend our condolences to the victims’ families, asking God security for our country and that He rid it of all evil".

Separately, Dardery denounced the attack on the mosque in Kuwait, saying: "I strongly condemn the bombing of Imam Al-Sadiq mosque. I ask God to bless our young people with correct understanding of Islam and bless our countries with security".

With regard to the terrorist attack in Tunisia, Dardery added: "The growing incidents of armed violence in Muslim countries are some of the strongest motives for our insisting on the success of Arab Spring revolutions – the real guarantor that the nation’s youth will find peaceful paths to express their opinion and to refine their thought. The popular revolutions will certainly create an environment that allows the expression of all opinions by protecting freedom of expression and belief, and reinforce loyalty to the homeland and belonging to the society".

On Friday, there was a number of attacks – on a hotel in the city of Sousse, east of Tunisia, a Shi’ite mosque in Kuwait, and a gas plant in the south-east of France.