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Islamic states vow Iraq help but no outright condemnation of terror

Islamic states promised more assistance for Iraq in the face of a raging insurgency but baulked at the outright condemnation of “terrorism” requested by its under-fire government.A final statement issued after a three-day meeting of foreign ministers of the 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference insisted on a right of “legitimate resistance against occupation”. “Ministers affirmed their decision to offer all sorts of support to the Iraqi interim government to write a constitution, as well as achieve security and stability,” the statement said.Full Story

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