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Palestinian President Condemns Car Bomb Attack in Somalia

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned Tuesday the car bombing at a Mogadishu market last Sunday and described it as “criminal.”

According to the official Palestinian news agency (WAFA), Abbas paid condolences to his Somalian counterpart Mohammad Abdullah Mohammad and the families of the victims of the car bombing.

Abbas described the bombing as a “criminal act, that is against all faiths, beliefs, morality and international and humanitarian laws.”

He also wished for the Somalian people to enjoy peace and security and a speedy recovery for those injured in the attack.

Last Sunday a car bomb exploded in a market in Somalian capital Mogadishu, killing 39 people and injuring at least 50 others.

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