Syria Brotherhood denies responsibility for bombings

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December 24, 2011 17:29

 
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Syria's Muslim Brotherhood said that a website that featured a claim of responsibility for Friday's deadly bombings in Damascus is false.

A Brotherhood spokesperson said that the claim was "completely fabricated under our name on the Internet," according to MSN news.

The spokesperson cast the blame on the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad, who has been battling anti-regime protests for nine months in a conflict that has killed thousands.

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