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Jumblatt berates world silence over killing of three young Muslims in USA
Mon 16 Feb 2015 at 16:25
NNA – Head of the Democratic Gathering, MP Walid Jumblatt, on Monday condemned the world silence over the fresh killing of three Muslim students in North Carolina, with primary probes having indicated that the crime’s motives stemmed from hatred and religious segregation.
In his weekly editorial in the Progressive Socialist Party’s al-Anbaa electronic newspaper, Jumblatt considered that the killing of Muslims had become allowed “just because the gap grew between the West and the Islamic world, due to the three-year-old bloody events in the region.”
“This US media shrugging off completes a long path of alignment with Israel,” he stressed.
“The world standing cross-handed before what is happening in the Arab world only increases this conflict that is based on mutual hatred,” he added, warning of further exacerbation.
Jumblatt has earlier cabled Egyptian President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi, and expressed condolences on the fresh killing of 21 Egyptians by ISIS in Libya.
“This deplored terrorist crime again confirms that terrorism does not differentiate among citizens,” Jumblatt said in the cable.