18 January 2013

Egypt: Haddad - Morsi Accepts No Insult Because of Religion or Race

The office Essam El-Haddad, Assistant of President Morsi for External Relations and International Cooperation issued a statement in which it confirmed that President Morsi does not accept any insulting remarks against any group because of their religion or race.

The statement stressed Morsi's respect for the three heavenly religions and their followers.

Commenting on the press reports that referred to the inflammatory comments that President Morsi made about Jews before taking office, the statement said that Morsi believes strongly that we must respect each other and celebrate our common humanity.

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