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Homs Governor refutes allegations on targeting a mosque

Jun 30, 2013


Homs, (SANA) - Homs governor, Ahmad Munir Mohammad refuted as baseless media reports alleging that the Syrian army targeted Khaled Ibn al-Walid Mosque in the province.

In a statement to SANA on Sunday, Mohammad stressed that the armed terrorist groups are famous for such acts, as targeting Aleppo's Umayyad Mosque, al-Omari Mosque in Daraa and the tomb of the Prophet Companion, Hujr ibn Adi in Damascus countryside.

Mohammad stressed that the army is keen on protecting religious and worship places as they belong to the human civilization, adding that takfiri groups attack on the mosque, comes within targeting its human and historic value to the Arabs and Muslims.

M. Nassr

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