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Muslim Brotherhood Islah Party Regrets Yemen Situation, Mourns Air-Strike Victims
Muslim Brotherhood Islah Party Regrets Yemen Situation, Mourns Air-Strike Victims
Islah Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen, issues a statement deploring the current situation in Yemen as a result of the failure of political parties to reach an amicable solution, because some insisted on the use of force to resolve differences.
Thursday, March 26,2015 20:08
IkhwanWeb

An official source in the Yemeni Congregation for Reform (YCR) issued the following statement:

The YCR regrets the situation and the unfortunate developments in our country as a result of political parties failing to reach a mutually-acceptable political solution, due to the insistence of some parties to resort to use of force to resolve differences.

We renew our commitment to dialogue, and we call on all parties to listen to the voice of logic and reason, to put national interest above all else, and to begin serious and responsible dialogue immediately, to stop the bloodshed and to formulate national solutions to end the state of division and fragmentation in Yemen, based on the Gulf initiative and its mechanisms as well as the results of national dialogue and relevant international resolutions.

We offer our condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims who died as a result of air strikes of the coalition forces last night.

God save Yemen and its people, its security and stability

Sanaa: Thursday – March 26, 2015

tags: Political Parties / Sanaa / Gulf / Yemen
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