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Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi explicitly Condemned the US EMBASSY ATTACK!

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    Posted on 09/14/2012 by Juan

    The First Islamist Leader, Mohammed Morsi now Egyptian President explicity condemned Tuesday attack on the US embassy

    in Egypt;


    "we don't accept, condone, or approve at all for there to be attacks on embassies, consulates or people, or killing in any way."


    "We want to cooperate with the entire world and we are cooperating now with the E.U. and the European people and with the American people and others and the U.S. administration to prevent such practices in the future. Also, we insist on the protection of persons, properties and embassies. The Egyptian people are very civilized and could not ever express their rejection of such practices with an attack on an embassy or person or consulate."

    In addition, Morsi revealed some of his other motives:


    "Muslims and Christians in Egypt are equal citizens and have the same rights… We are cautious about those principles and human values, also respecting visitors and respecting tourists… and respecting and protecting diplomatic delegations and private and public properties, and not attacking them."


    Morsi was also upstaged before his statement by the number two man in the Muslim Brotherhood, Khairat al-Shater, who tweeted his condemnation of the embassy attacks, and his tweets were picked up by the Brotherhood twitter account, @Ikhwanweb. Al-Shater, a wealthy businessman, may be as much Morsi's rival as his colleague.

    SOURCE; HuffingtonPost.com
     
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    Muslims and Christians in Egypt are equal citizens and have the same rights… Bravo Mohammed Morsi
     
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