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The Brotherhood Condemns Attacks on headquarters of the Islamic Kurdish Union
The Brotherhood Condemns Attacks on headquarters of the Islamic Kurdish Union
 The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, denounced the attacks on the headquarters of Iraqi Kurdish Union.  In his letter of condolences to the secretary general of the Islamic Kurdish Union, Akef said:" we express our deep condolences regarding the causalities of these brutal assaults that perpetrated by autocratic mentalities that do not believe in democracy, liberty, or plurality."
Monday, December 12,2005 00:00
by (Ikhwan web)

 
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, denounced the attacks on the headquarters of Iraqi Kurdish Union.
 
In his letter of condolences to the secretary general of the Islamic Kurdish Union, Akef said:" we express our deep condolences regarding the causalities of these brutal assaults that perpetrated by autocratic mentalities that do not believe in democracy, liberty, or plurality."
 
Then Akef invoked Allah (SWT) to show dead people mercy and to help Iraq, and its part and parcel Kurdistan, along with Islamic and Arab world achieving freedom, security and stability. 

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