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PA Foreign Ministry condemns terror attack in Pittsburgh synagogue: "This type of terror… targets anyone who differs in their appearance, race, religion, or path"

Headline: “The [PA] Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates condemns the terror attack against a synagogue in Pennsylvania”
     “The [PA] Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates condemned the terror attack that was carried out yesterday (Saturday) [Oct. 27, 2018] against a synagogue in Pittsburgh, which is in the state of Pennsylvania in the US, and which cost the lives of Jewish American citizens and police officers (11 people were murdered and others were injured in the attack –Ed.) The ministry also condemned the harming of houses of worship by the same terrorists filled with an inherent and decayed fascist ideology, which is based on the supremacy of the white race and its hegemony. It added: ‘This type of terror is the most dangerous because it is inside the society and targets anyone who differs in their appearance, race, religion, or path.’ The ministry emphasized our solidarity with the American people, who is suffering in an ongoing manner from the phenomenon of terror, and [emphasized] our condolences for the bereaved families. The ministry added that ‘This terror must be called by its name, and it must be condemned – regardless of its form.’ The ministry said that at a time when it condemns all forms of terror, it again warns against the dangers and consequences of the culture of hatred, extremism, racism, denial of the other, and colonialism, and calls on the senior officials, world leaders, civil society organizations, and public opinion shapers to strengthen and coordinate the efforts against terror, its organizations, and its sources.”
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