Friday, February 24, 2006

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.Britain's Islamic centers condemn Iraq blast, call for vigilance
Islamic centers in Britain have condemned Wednesday's blast at the holy shrine in Iraq, demanding vigilance and unity of the nation.
"We send our deepest condolences to Imam Al-Mahdi (AS) and all Muslims around the globe for the cowardly, despicable, and tragic assault on the holy shrine of the 10th and 11th Imams, Ali al-Hadi (AS) and Hassan al-Askari (AS)," said the London-based Islamic Center of England.
"There is no doubt that the contemporary world needs to establish peace and prosperity now more than ever. The wicked and inhumane strategists of global imperialism plan these shameful acts having them carried out by local agents. Their corrupt goals aim to sow dissent and create division amongst the devoted followers of various faiths and different factions." The Islamic Center of England urged all Muslims to remain aware and to maintain their unity so as to foil the insidious plans of the enemies of Islam.
"There is no doubt that Allah the Almighty shall secure the victory of Islam and of the Muslims provided that they retain patience and piety," it added.
Also the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) condemned bombing of the Hassan al-Askari (AS) shrine.
The IHRC further condemned any targeting of places of worship and targeting of civilians as senseless barbarity, which has no justification whatsoever in Islam.
It said the IHRC regards any acts of sectarian violence as "playing into the hands of the occupying forces, who have been attempting to stoke up such divisions for some time now to further their own political agenda".

.Iraqi Forces Fan Out to Enforce Curfews
Police and soldiers fanned out Friday to enforce an extraordinary daytime curfew in Baghdad and three provinces in a bid to halt the wave of sectarian violence that have killed about 120 people
.EU condemned the criminal and sacrilegious bombing
The European Union (EU) condemned Thursday "the criminal and sacrilegious bombing" of the Imam Ali al-Hadi (AS) shrine in Samarra on Wednesday that has provoked sectarian strife.


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