'Morsi says Israel Palestine cornerstone of stability'

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February 6, 2013 18:31

 
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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday said the resolution of the perennial Israel/Palestine issue as "the cornerstone of stability in the Middle East," Al-Ahram reported.

Addressing the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation summit in Cairo, Morsi also called for a “moderate version” of Islam in light of rising Islamic fundamentalism, Al-Ahram quoted Morsi as saying.

On the Syria crisis, Morsi stated that "Syria is still bleeding and our hearts continue to bleed with the Syrian people."

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