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Tunisia's Ennahdha Party Statement on Egypt Massacre

Tunisia's Ennahdha Party Statement on Egypt Massacre

Tunis, 14 August 2013 - The coup authorities in Egypt have committed a massacre against peaceful protesters in Cairo squares and in other cities across Egypt killing hundreds and injuring thousands, including women and children.

Ennahdha Party which is following with pain and great concern the ongoing crime:

1. Strongly condemns this crime against the people of Egypt and its revolution, and condemns the grave violations against women, children and other peaceful civilians.

2. Express its complete solidarity with the Egyptian people and their right to regain their freedom and their rejection of the overturning of their will.

3. Calls on all Egyptian, regional and international parties to assume their responsibilities in ending this terrible crime and supporting the Egyptian people's struggle against the coup.

ENDS

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