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Shahbaz Sharif said that those shedding blood of innocent people cannot be called as Muslims and human beings.
He clarified that some of the aforementioned sides are directly involved in fueling terrorism, which is shedding blood in Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria and others.
by Mohammad Asif Ahmadzai on 24 June, 2014 - 20:39 KABUL (Pajhwok): President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday called on the Afghan Taliban to refrain from shedding blood of their countrymen for the benefits of outsiders.
The party's statement also condemned "all forms of abuse and intimidation of citizens, the army or the police and warns any party that shedding blood is forbidden," adding that there are "severe consequences in this world and the hereafter.
This staining is what I would ex-pect if April herself had been lying in this area for some period of time shedding blood.
This staining is what I would expect if April herself had been lying in this area for some period of time shedding blood.
But he has not looked back since shedding blood in Southampton on the eve of his comeback in June (an accident in the nets left the 30-year-old needing stitches) hitting his second ODI hundred against West Indies and following up with three half-centuries in his next five appearances.
Leaving aside the lack of bloodshed (indeed, the prohibition on shedding blood is the critical twist in the denouement of the play - "This bond doth give thee here no jot of blood"), the play is set in Venice.
Scotland 6 England 13 STUART LANCASTER confirmed he has applied for the full-time England coach's job after joining his players in shedding blood during a physical 13-6 Calcutta Cup victory over Scotland.
However, Gosling has looked sharp and lively throughout - even shedding blood for the cause in Kansas City.