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UAE calls for transparent approach toward terrorism

posted on 18/10/2003: 645 views


New York - The UAE called Thursday the UN to be more transparent, practical and fair when it deliberates on terrorism and its related problems. 'Despite the international agreements, and political and legal measures adopted by the international community over the past years to combat all forms and kinds of organised terrorism and crimes against peoples, we have been witnessing increasing organised crimes that are more dangerous than terrorism,' Mohammed Al Marzougi, member of the UAE mission at the UN, told a plenary session on measures to fight international terrorism.



'The UAE condemns and abhors terrorism at international forums as a savage crime against humanity and against the principles of tolerant Islamic faith and original Arab traditions,' he said. He branded Israel's acts against Palestine, Syria and Lebanon as the most dangerous organised terror. He reiterated the UAE's call for an international conference to discuss all aspects of the phenomenon. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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