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Muslim Brotherhood Mourns Mecca Accident Deaths
Muslim Brotherhood Mourns Mecca Accident Deaths
Saturday, September 12,2015 05:18
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The Muslim Brotherhood mourns the Mecca Grand Mosque deaths, visitors of this most important Islamic site, who were killed as a construction crane fell on one of the buildings of the Grand Mosque. The Brotherhood wishes all the injured a speedy recovery.


The group calls on the Saudi authorities to take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of visitors to this most sacred Islamic site.

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