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GCC Calls for Efforts to Root Out Terrorism

GCC leaders during a one-day summit here yesterday strongly condemned recent terror bombings in Saudi Arabia and Morocco and called for international efforts to root out terrorism. They described terrorism as “a global scourge and called for intensifying international efforts to combat and root out terrorism,” GCC Secretary-General Abdul Rahman Al-Attiya said. “Such terrorist acts have nothing to do with Islam,” Al-Attiya said in a statement at the end of the biannual consultative summit. The meeting was attended by Crown Prince Abdullah, King Hamad of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad of Qatar, Sheikh Khalifa ibn Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Fahd ibn Mahmoud Al-Saeed, the deputy prime minister of Oman, and Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad, Kuwait’s first deputy premier and foreign minister. Prince Sultan, second deputy premier and minister of defense and aviation, was also present. Full Story

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