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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad had already condemned the Friday night attack that left five Israelis in the northern West Bank settlement of Itamar dead.
However, JUP-N Secretary General Qari Zawar Bahadar told Daily Times that although the organization had differences with Ahmedis, they did not condone terrorism and strongly condemned the attacks on Ahmedis in the provincial metropolis.
Vice President of the Higher Islamic Shiite Council Sheikh Abdul Amir Kabalan also condemned the insults against Sistani, and demanded that Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz punish Arifi for insulting Sistani.
He said: "The intolerance of those who piled the tyres against the door of this hall and then set them alight has to be condemned by all of society.
As usual the silence from those people who condemned the Iraq war as a violation of international law but cannot bring themselves to condemn the action's of an Arab state acting outside the law tells it all.
It has been condemned by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the EU.
That resolution, approved by the Lambeth Conference of worldwide Anglican bishops in 1998, rejected homosexual practice as "incompatible with Scripture" but condemned "irrational fear of homosexuals, violence within marriage and commercialization of sex.
If any mortar firing pin becomes immoveable due to PM neglect, the tube can end up condemned.
The international community has condemned the killings and has committed itself to finding and punishing the perpetrators.
Moorpark officials will move ahead to identify properties that could be condemned within the Project Area, with includes Moorpark Avenue, High Street and Los Angeles Avenue.
A state lawmaker in Arizona enraged fellow lawmakers when he recited a lengthy prayer on the House floor that condemned welfare, abortion and "alternative lifestyles.
Telling lies about other people, whether in court or elsewhere, is generally condemned.