Al-Azhar condemns Mali terrorist attacks

MENA , Tuesday 10 Aug 2021

The attacks left more than 50 civilians dead and others wounded

 al-Tayeb
Al-Azhar's Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb

Egypt's Al-Azhar has condemned the terrorist attacks that targeted three villages in northern Mali, leaving more than 50 civilians dead and others wounded.

In a statement released on Tuesday, Al-Azhar, the Sunni Muslim world’s top religious institution, said that these crimes show how terrorist groups, who wreak havoc and shed blood, are devoid of mercy and humanity.

Al-Azhar extended its condolences to Mali’s leadership, government and people, as well as to the victims’ families over the incident.

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