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GCC condemns Daesh execution of Egyptian hostages

posted on 17/02/2015: 3427 views



RIYADH: The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)'s Secretary-General, Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani, strongly condemned the killing of Egyptian hostages in Libya at the hands of Daesh militants, which he described as a 'heinous terrorist crime' which proves the brutality of its perpetrators and their breach of true Islamic religion and its noble values.

He urged the international community to intensify efforts in fighting the Daesh terrorist organisation in Libya and other fanatic terrorist organisations before they mushroom and increase their terroristic crimes.

The GCC Secretary-General expressed the GCC's supportive stance with the Egyptian leadership and people in the aftermath of this hideous crime which shocked the emotions of Arab and Muslim nations. He has expressed his warm condolences to the families of victims and to the government and brotherly people of the Arab Republic of Egypt. http://www.wam.ae/en/news/international/1395276616776.html

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