Qatar Condemns Attack on U.S. Consulate in Libya
Doha, September 12 (QNA) – The State of Qatar on Wednesday strongly condemned the attack on the U.S. Consulate in the Libyan City of Benghazi, which came as a reaction over an American-made movie that depicted the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and killed the U.S. Ambassador and three members of the Consulate staff.
The State of Qatar rejects such acts whatever their form or origin, a Foreign Ministry official told Qatar News Agency (QNA).
The State of Qatar reaffirms its firm stance rejecting all acts that offends Islam, religions and other religious beliefs, he added.
The State of Qatar urges all parties to exercise restraint, resolve the matter peacefully through their vision and wisdom and avoid any form violence to express rejection of all offenses against beliefs and sanctities, said the source.
The State of Qatar offered condolences and sympathy to the United States government, the American people, and the families of the victims over the attack. (QNA)