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Egypt urges foreign media support in fight against terrorism

The call was contained in a statement issued by the Egyptian embassy in Nigeria where the SIS Chairman, Ambassador Amgad Abd Al-Ghaffar urged foreign media…

The call was contained in a statement issued by the Egyptian embassy in Nigeria where the SIS Chairman, Ambassador Amgad Abd Al-Ghaffar urged foreign media representatives in Egypt and abroad to comprehend the truth, acknowledge the magnitude of terrorism committed against the state.
He also urged them to realise the gravity of the responsibility vested on their shoulders in extracting the roots of terrorism.
The chairman further urged foreign media representatives to positively and effectively contribute in mobilising international media support for Egypt in its fight against terrorism as it proceeds towards freedom and democracy and regains its safety and security.
The statement also condemned the terrorist attack that occurred on Monday night at “Al-Daqahleya” Security Directorate, which resulted in dozens of dead.
The agency denounced the attack and described it as a criminal act that patently proves that the Egyptian State is fighting a war to eradicate violence and terrorism committed against its people since the June 30th revolution.
Abd Al-Ghaffar noted that the attack proves that the Egyptian people were not mistaken when they revolted and moved forward with the road map launched with the issuing of the new constitutional draft in spite of terrorism and its perpetrators adding that the Egyptian people shall achieve their aspirations and ambitions towards freedom, democracy, and social justice.

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