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MB Leader Visits Algeria, Condemns Terror Attacks
MB Leader Visits Algeria, Condemns Terror Attacks
In his visit to the Algerian capital upon an invitation from the Society For Peace movement “Hems,” Al Husseini denounced the terrorist attacks that hit two Algerian cities last week.
Saturday, August 23,2008 04:44
IkhwanWeb

Saad Al Husseini, MP and newly elected member of Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau has strongly condemned the terrorist attacks that killed tens of innocent civilians last week, and praised the Algerian efforts to revive democracy.

 

In his visit to the Algerian capital upon an invitation from the Society For Peace movement “Hems,” Al Husseini denounced the terrorist attacks that hit two Algerian cities last week.

 

“The Muslim Brotherhood supports the Algerian people against terrorism,” he said in his speech in front of the Summer University Conference.

 

“Islam forbids the shedding of innocent blood, and the non-Muslim must be protected according to the rulings of Sharia, let alone killing innocent Muslims.”


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