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Damascus Terror Attack Deals a Blow to Syria ‘Peace Talks’

On 28 SEP 15 NEC-SE posted the article: “NEC-SE asks: Who Speaks for Islam? Who Should Speak for Islam?”

In the article we stated: “NES-SE is calling on large and influential Islamic nations in the world—in particular, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Iran—to put aside their sectarian, political, and ethnic differences and work together to choose a spiritual leader for all of Islam. Rightly or wrongly, large numbers of non-Muslim world believes that this is difficult for many Muslim countries given the history of enmity and conflict, chiefly between Sunnis and Shias, that has been ongoing almost since the time of the Prophet. But, absent such a leader, peace between Muslims, and between Muslims and the rest of the world, may be highly difficult to achieve in the 21st century.”

https://nec-se.com/2015/09/28/nec-se-asks-who-speaks-for-islam-who-should-speak-for-islam/

Todays Breitbart article states: “ISIS claimed responsibility for a massive series of suicide bomber attacks on Sunday at the historic Shia Sayyida Zeinab shrine in Syria’s capital city Damascus, killing at least 71 people and injuring dozens more.”

“Two days earlier, a terrorist bombed a Shia mosque in al-Ahsa in eastern Saudi Arabia. Although no one claimed responsibility for the attack, it was similar to attacks by ISIS. The perpetrator was later identified as a Saudi national.”

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/02/01/1-feb-16-world-view-damascus-terror-attack-deals-a-new-blow-to-syria-peace-talks/

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