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Lebanon’s Islamic Group Denounces Beirut ’s
Lebanon’s Islamic Group Denounces Beirut ’s "Criminal Bombing"
The Islamic Group in Lebanon denounced the latest bombing that took place in the Lebanese capital Beirut on Friday Jan, 25th, 2008. this bombing is a criminal act which we fully denounce, said Ali Ammar , the chairman of the political Bureau of the Islamic Group in a statement to Ikhwanweb.
Saturday, January 26,2008 04:47
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The Islamic Group in Lebanon denounced the latest bombing that took place in the Lebanese capital Beirut on Friday Jan, 25th, 2008. this bombing is a criminal act which we fully denounce, said Ali Ammar , the chairman of the political Bureau of the Islamic Group in a statement to Ikhwanweb.
 
A car bomb Friday killed, along with other 10 persons, Cpt. Wissam Eid, 31, one of Lebanon "s top terrorism investigators who was probing assassinations of prominent Lebanese figures. The bombing also damaged a big number of cars.
 
"As eastern powers, we are entering into a dialogue to reach solutions that may lead to a political, economic and security stability. However, such aim to deal a deathblow to contacts between political movements and prevent the Lebanese from getting out of such a crisis and reach an understanding in a way that protects the constitution and law. This is what we understand from such crimes", said Ammar, stressing that this crime and others won"t stop dialogue and will never negatively affect on the political process while the Lebanese seek an understanding and solution for crises facing their country.

Ammar confirmed that those benefiting from these explosions are the ones who want to keep Lebanon as a bargaining chip in international and regional struggles to spread chaos and intimidation among the Lebanese because they see that keeping Lebanon in such a chaos may protect them in front of international powers.
 
Ali Ammar said also that:" These explosions aren’t to the interest of our people. The only victim is always Lebanon "s security and stability and the Lebanese always pay the cost with their blood and money.
 
As an Islamic group, our view and solution always stem from respecting constitution. We don"t seek force to impose any solution. Any debated matters can be reached through mutual understanding and from the constitution and through a consensus among all Lebanese factions and parties and according to Taif Agreement which is approved by all Lebanese groups.


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