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The MB Demands Two Moroccans to be Released
The Muslim Brotherhood  Demands Two Moroccans to be Released Ikhwan online The Muslim Brotherhood appealed the kidnappers of the two Moroccans, in Iraq, to release them immediately. The two hostages are Abdel Raheem Bualam, 55 years, who is a driver at the Moroccan Embassy in Baghdad and Abdel Kreem El-mahafzy, 49 years, who is a technician. The Supreme Guide for the M
Monday, November 7,2005 00:00
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The Muslim Brotherhood  Demands Two Moroccans to be Released

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The Muslim Brotherhood appealed the kidnappers of the two Moroccans, in Iraq, to release them immediately. The two hostages are Abdel Raheem Bualam, 55 years, who is a driver at the Moroccan Embassy in Baghdad and Abdel Kreem El-mahafzy, 49 years, who is a technician.

The Supreme Guide for the Muslim Brotherhood , Muhammad Akef, urged all Iraqi Islam-loving powers to mediate to set the two Moroccans free in order to preserve the image of the Iraqi resistance and to spotlight the great principles of Islam that protect people’s life and belongings.

Yesterday, Nov.11th, Al-Qada network in Iraq stated that the two Moroccans, detained in a place on the Iraq-Jordan border, are to be killed. Al-Qada said that, in a statement published on the internet, the two kidnapped Moroccans are to be headed because they are "henchmen of tyrants".

The communiqué added that the so-called Al-Qada’s Spiritual Court sentenced the two ’apostates’ to death. The statement threatened all governments that their diplomatic delegations in Iraq are to be targeted.

 The Muslim Brotherhood appealed the kidnappers of the two Moroccans, in Iraq, to release them immediately. The two hostages are Abdel Raheem Bualam, 55 years, who is a driver at the Moroccan Embassy in Baghdad and Abdel Kreem El-mahafzy, 49 years, who is a technician.
The Supreme Guide for the Muslim Brotherhood , Muhammad Akef, urged all Iraqi Islam-loving powers to mediate to set the two Moroccans free in order to preserve the image of the Iraqi resistance and to spotlight the great principles of Islam that protect people’s life and belongings.

Yesterday, Nov.11th, Al-Qada network in Iraq stated that the two Moroccans, detained in a place on the Iraq-Jordan border, are to be killed. Al-Qada said that, in a statement published on the internet, the two kidnapped Moroccans are to be headed because they are "henchmen of tyrants".

The communiqué added that the so-called Al-Qada’s Spiritual Court sentenced the two ’apostates’ to death. The statement threatened all governments that their diplomatic delegations in Iraq are to be targeted.

 


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