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In a condemning statement, Al-Azhar expressed condolences to the families of the victims and said the "terrorist attack" aims at disturbing the unity of the Egyptian people.
Messages condemning the attack were also released by other parliamentary parties soon after the incident.
He stressed his country's stance condemning criminal and terror acts seeking to subvert Bahrain's security and stability.
Syrian Community in Algeria, Algerians and Tunisian Journalists Denounce Damascus Terrorist Attacks Members of the Syrian community in Algeria and Algerians participated in the Global March for Syria, condemning the terrorist attacks which took place in Damascus.
Three days later in a speech in Qom, Larijani said, "This position by Westerners, who are frequently condemning terrorist acts [against the West] but have remained silent on the recent assassinations in Iran, is scandalous and disgraceful.
In condemning this abominable crime, I want to express to you our solidarity and our support," he wrote.
If the condemning authority is successful in obtaining a real property interest before final judgment, the decree entered by the court is called an order of taking.
It would be impossible in the 21st Century to do so, otherwise in condemning same sex couples they would also have to condemn cutting men's hair, eating meat with blood in it, eating rabbit or certain kinds of seafood, sexual intercourse during menstruation, cross breeding cattle, and wearing garments made out of more than one material.
All of us are one in condemning the blasphemous act,'' Musharraf said, with Karzai standing besides him.
In response to the clergy sexual abuse scandal, the Vatican blamed gay priests, and when provinces in Canada and the state of Massachusetts legalized same-sex marriage, John Paul II issued numerous statements condemning the move.
I remain unapologetic about appealing to Muslim leaders to condemn outright such actions and to go on condemning.
Far from condemning the desire this creates, we encourage it even in our spouses, saving our condemnation for societies in which women are required to cover themselves with veils or burqas.