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Freedom and Justice Party Condemns Cowardly Ankara Bombing
Freedom and Justice Party Condemns Cowardly Ankara Bombing
As a huge explosion shocks the Turkish Capital Ankara, claiming the lives of 28 people and injuring 61 more, Egypt's FJP denounces the mindless violence and terror.
Thursday, February 18,2016 03:29

 We, at the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), condemn the horrific bombing in Turkey Wednesday. We strongly reject and denounce such acts of terror that seek to force Turkey to change its noble stances with peoples of the world and their legitimate rights.

We, at the FJP, reject all forms of terrorism, regardless of who is behind them, or against whom they are being perpetrated, whether the perpetrator is an individual, group or state. All types of terrorism is reprehensible, condemned and rejected as a matter of principle. We firmly believe that the end does not justify the means.

We offer our deepest condolences and whole-hearted support to justice- and freedom-loving Turkey, its people, President and government.
tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Turkey
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