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UAE condemns attack on Egypt's Churches

posted on 09/05/2011: 1114 views

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has, in the strongest terms, condemned the evil act which targeted the Coptic Orthodox churches of Saint Mina and Virgin Mary in the Cairo suburb of Imbaba, Egypt and the events which resulted in dozens of injuries and deaths among Egyptian citizens.

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Mohammed Gargash expressed the UAE's solidarity with Egypt against this act and reiterated his country's rejection of targeting worshipping places. He expressed the UAE's condolences to the families of the victims and wished speedy recovery for the injured. Gargash also hailed the religious tolerance which prevailed in Egypt over thousands of years among the followers of all faiths. He urged the Egyptian people to distance themselves from any attempts to instigate strife as well as to close ranks behind their national unity and higher interests to counteract any attempt to disrupt their country's security and stability. - Emirates News Agency, WAM


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