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Higher Islamic Council condemns terrorist acts in Rouhia
Saturday, May 21, 2011 16:43
TUNIS (TAP) - Tunisia's Higher Islamic Council condemned last Wednesday's terrorist acts which had taken place in the Rouhia delegation, Siliana governorate, with the "intent of upsetting the country's unity, thwarting its Revolution and impeding the democratic transition process."
In a communiqué made public on Saturday, the Council extends condolences to the families of martyrs Colonel Tahar Ayari and Corporal Walid Hajji, killed during that terrorist act as they were defending the homeland's integrity.
The Council points out that "such vile acts are explicitly banned by the Koran and rejected by all humanitarian, moral and legal standards."
Besides, Council members pay tribute to the efforts and vigilance of the National Army and interior security forces and citizens of the border areas to preserve security.
They call on parties, associations and organisations to close ranks, to defend the homeland and help unveil all those who are bent on undermining the country's stability and pushing it into a cycle of violence.
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