Islamic University condemns terrorist attack on Iran


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Islamic University College, Ghana

Accra, June 11, GNA –
The Islamic University College, Ghana has condemned the deadly attack launched
by the Takfiri ISIS terrorist group on the Iranian Parliament and the mausoleum
of Ayatollah Ruhullah Khomeinin on Wednesday.

The University College
said it sympathised with the good people of the Islamic Republic of Iran on the
attack by the terrorist group on June 7, which claimed 16 lives and i

Accra, June 11, GNA –
The Islamic University College, Ghana has condemned the deadly attack launched
by the Takfiri ISIS terrorist group on the Iranian Parliament and the mausoleum
of Ayatollah Ruhullah Khomeinin on Wednesday.

The University College
said it sympathised with the good people of the Islamic Republic of Iran on the
attack by the terrorist group on June 7, which claimed 16 lives and injured
many others.

“This act is
unreservedly condemned,” Ibrahim Sumaila Dankwabea, Public Relations Officer of
Islamic University College said in a statement.

“This heinous act on
Iran’s national symbols- parliament and mausoleum is a threat not only to Iran
but to human civilization and survival as well as an assault on both secularism
and religion,” the statement said.

It said: “If a safe
country like Islamic Republic of Iran can be attacked, it means all should be
on guard and be on security alert. Today it is Iran, tomorrow it could be
another country.”

The University called
for consolidated efforts among world leaders to combat extremism in any form
because “it is the surest way to defeating terrorism”.

“May Allah have mercy
on the souls of the deceased, grant the injured a speedy recovery, and console
the bereaved,” it said.

The statement said:
“And may the people of Iran come out of this tragedy more united and
triumphant.

“The Islamic
University College, Ghana, sympathises with you and share your grief. Pleases
do accept our sincerest condolence.”

CCTV footage showed
the moment the deadly terror attack began in Tehran on Wednesday morning.

Thirteen people were
killed when gunmen and suicide bombers targeted the Iranian parliament and the
mausoleum of Islamic Republic founder Ayatollah Khomeini in a twin assault that
lasted several hours.

Iran says the
attackers, all of whom were killed, were Iranians who had joined IS.

GNA


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