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- August 12, 2011
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Muslim Brotherhood Calls on Iran to End Its Support of Syrian Regime
The Muslim Brotherhood called on Iran to end its support of the current Syrian government in the wake of violent clashes that have erupted since mid-March which left nearly 2000 dead and 3,000 missing since the conflict started.
A statement issued by the group last Wednesday urged neighboring countries to develop a strategy to come up with solutions to resolve the internal crisis in Syria by supporting the revolution against tyranny and corruption.
The Brotherhood commended the recent moves by Arab states, including Bahrain, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia who summoned their envoys from Damascus, and called on the new Egyptian government to do its part and support the Syrians against the dictatorial and tyrannical Assad regime.
These measures indicate that Syria’s massacres are unacceptable and Syria will remain isolated if it continues this violence, the statement added.
Ending its statement, the MB added that it has become difficult to differentiate the actions by the Syrian military and that of the Israeli Occupation Forces which openly practice, oppression, violent crackdowns and the crude shedding of blood against peaceful citizens.