Jordan ready to help Algeria
Jordan-Algeria, Politics, 1/28/1998
"What is now going on in Algeria is a crime. There have been people slaughtered." "The ugly image of killing spoils our reputation and deforms our image abroad," said Jordanian Foreign Minister Dr. Fayez al-Taraunah, in a statement, bitterly expressing his feelings.
"All those who commit such cowardly crimes, those who support them and stand behind them should be exposed," he said. Jordan is ready to provide Algeria will all support.
"We are in Jordan fully ready to provide our brothers in Algeria with all help necessary to end this horrible nightmare," reaffirming Jordan's call for not interfering with internal affairs of other countries, al-Taraunah said.
"The violence, killing and bloodshed has increased in such a way that it has formed a danger facing the whole Algerian people," he said. The criminals did not stop their crimes even in Ramadan, he said.
"Now is the time to end these inhumane and immoral crimes," he said, "All local and international efforts should be allotted to overcome this dangerous criminal phenomenon and stop this terrorism, whatever its origin."
Jordanian Foreign Minister defended Islam as saying that what is taking place in Algeria is not related to Islam; Islam respects human rights and protects man's life and dignity, he said.
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