Swedish Muslim leaders condemn suicide bombing

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December 17, 2010 17:49

 
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STOCKHOLM — Muslim leaders in Sweden condemned last week's suicide bombing in the capital in their Friday prayers.

At the Stockholm Mosque, Imam Ben Mahmoud Rammeh told hundreds of worshippers: "We are true Muslims and a true Muslim has nothing to do with a terror act."

Rammeh said "Sweden is our country and its people are our people. What pleases the country pleases us. What hurts the nation hurts us."

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