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MB Parliamentary Bloc: Arrest Warrant of Al-Bashir Reaffirms Double Standard Policy
MB Parliamentary Bloc: Arrest Warrant of Al-Bashir Reaffirms Double Standard Policy
Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary Bloc has released a statement, on March 4th, in which they rejected the decision of ICC to arrest Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir.
Friday, March 6,2009 10:31
by Mostafa Radwan IkhwanWeb

Muslim Brotherhood Parliamentary Bloc has released a statement, on March 4th, in which they rejected the decision of ICC to arrest Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir.

MB Bloc saw the decision as reaffirming the double standard policy used by international institutions in dealing with Arab and Islamic causes.


The Parliamentary bloc was astonished by the Court’s decision during the time in which the whole world witnessed the worst war crimes ever, crimes committed by the Zionist entity against Palestinian people.


The statement was concluded by emphasizing that the arrest warrant of Al-Bashir poses a threat to the Egyptian national security and any attempt to destabilize the security of Sudan or to form U.S designated Sudanese government, would affect the stability and security of Egypt.

It was also mentioned that the arrest warrant breaches all agreements signed between Darfur factions and the Sudanese government.


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