KSA Condemns the attacks against Mar Girgis and St Marks Coptic orthodox Churches


An official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s strong condemnation of the bombing attacks that struck Mar Girgis Church, Tanta and St Marks Coptic Orthodox Church, Alexandria killing and wounding tens of people.

The Source emphasised that such heinous and cowardly terrorist attacks that took place in Egypt on Sunday violate all religious principles as well as ethical and human values.

The Source offered the Kingdom’s condolences to the families of the victims and to the Government and people of the Arab Republic of Egypt, wishing a speedy recovery to the wounded.


The Saudi council of Senior Ulema (Muslim Scholars) condemns twin Egypt Church Attacks

The Council of Senior Muslim Scholars released their statement on twitter saying:

ThE bombings that targeted two churches in Egypt are criminal acts and forbidden by Islamic law. Muslims are in agreement that these acts are a violation to the security, stability and safety of people.

A Muslim who believes in God and the Last Day will not commit such crimes. These crimes are committed by those who deviate from their faith.

These acts are forbidden in Islam for they are acts of treachery, betrayal, sin and aggression.

 

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