Pakistan : The victims of the Peshawar mosque bombing rose to 93, amid Arab condemnations Pakistan : The victims of the Peshawar mosque bombing rose to 93, amid Arab condemnations

Pakistan : The victims of the Peshawar mosque bombing rose to 93, amid Arab condemnations

Pakistan : The victims of the Peshawar mosque bombing rose to 93, amid Arab condemnations The death toll from the Peshawar police mosque bombing in northwest Pakistan has risen to 93, in addition to at least 221 injured. On Monday, Arab and Islamic countries and organizations condemned the suicide attack that targeted a mosque in the city of Peshawar, refusing to target places of worship.  The death toll from the Peshawar police mosque bombing in northwest Pakistan has risen to 93, in addition to more than 221 injured, according to what local officials and a hospital official announced on Tuesday.  Muhammad Asim Khan, spokesman for the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, told AFP that more bodies arrived at the hospital at night.  Shafiullah, deputy commissioner of the city of Peshawar, told Anadolu Agency that "10 cases are in critical condition" among the injured who are being treated at the hospital.  According to security officials, the suicide bomber was in the front row during the noon prayer when he blew himself up among the worshipers.  The targeted mosque is located inside a police compound, which resulted in the presence of a large number of senior police officers among the dead.  This morning, the Pakistani Taliban denied responsibility for the attack.  In this regard, Arab and Islamic countries and organizations condemned the suicide attack that targeted a mosque in the city of Peshawar, refusing to target places of worship.  For its part, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed in a statement its condemnation of the suicide bombing, and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its rejection of violence, terrorism and the targeting of places of worship.  In a statement, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs described the attack as "terrorist" and affirmed its stand by Pakistan, stressing "the refusal to target places of worship, terrorize the safe and shed the blood of the innocent."  The UAE Foreign Ministry also condemned the incident and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its rejection of "these criminal acts and all forms of violence and terrorism."  In Kuwait, the Emir of the country, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and the Crown Prince, Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, sent two cables of condolences to Pakistan for the victims of the suicide bombing.  In a statement, the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry affirmed the country's firm position refusing to target places of worship and all forms of terrorism, stressing its support for Pakistan.  In a statement condemning the suicide bombing, the Bahraini Foreign Ministry expressed its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its solidarity with Islamabad in its war against terrorism and the refusal to target places of worship.  In Egypt, the Foreign Ministry condemned the incident and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its "denunciation of all forms of violence, extremism and terrorism."  In a statement, the Jordanian Foreign Ministry condemned the suicide bombing, affirming its country's solidarity with the government of Pakistan and its rejection of "forms of violence, especially those targeting places of worship."  In turn, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack, and affirmed that Palestine stands with Pakistan and its people in the face of terrorism.  At the level of organizations, the Muslim World League described, in a statement, the suicide attack as "terrorist", stressing the rejection of violence and terrorism in all its forms.  In a statement, the Palestinian Hamas movement offered its condolences to Pakistan for the victims of the bombing, expressing its hope that Pakistan would enjoy security and peace.

The death toll from the Peshawar police mosque bombing in northwest Pakistan has risen to 93, in addition to at least 221 injured. On Monday, Arab and Islamic countries and organizations condemned the suicide attack that targeted a mosque in the city of Peshawar, refusing to target places of worship.

The death toll from the Peshawar police mosque bombing in northwest Pakistan has risen to 93, in addition to more than 221 injured, according to what local officials and a hospital official announced on Tuesday.

Muhammad Asim Khan, spokesman for the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, told AFP that more bodies arrived at the hospital at night.

Shafiullah, deputy commissioner of the city of Peshawar, told Anadolu Agency that "10 cases are in critical condition" among the injured who are being treated at the hospital.

According to security officials, the suicide bomber was in the front row during the noon prayer when he blew himself up among the worshipers.

The targeted mosque is located inside a police compound, which resulted in the presence of a large number of senior police officers among the dead.

This morning, the Pakistani Taliban denied responsibility for the attack.

In this regard, Arab and Islamic countries and organizations condemned the suicide attack that targeted a mosque in the city of Peshawar, refusing to target places of worship.

For its part, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed in a statement its condemnation of the suicide bombing, and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its rejection of violence, terrorism and the targeting of places of worship.

In a statement, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs described the attack as "terrorist" and affirmed its stand by Pakistan, stressing "the refusal to target places of worship, terrorize the safe and shed the blood of the innocent."

The UAE Foreign Ministry also condemned the incident and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its rejection of "these criminal acts and all forms of violence and terrorism."

In Kuwait, the Emir of the country, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and the Crown Prince, Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, sent two cables of condolences to Pakistan for the victims of the suicide bombing.

In a statement, the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry affirmed the country's firm position refusing to target places of worship and all forms of terrorism, stressing its support for Pakistan.

In a statement condemning the suicide bombing, the Bahraini Foreign Ministry expressed its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its solidarity with Islamabad in its war against terrorism and the refusal to target places of worship.

In Egypt, the Foreign Ministry condemned the incident and offered its condolences to Pakistan, stressing its "denunciation of all forms of violence, extremism and terrorism."

In a statement, the Jordanian Foreign Ministry condemned the suicide bombing, affirming its country's solidarity with the government of Pakistan and its rejection of "forms of violence, especially those targeting places of worship."

In turn, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack, and affirmed that Palestine stands with Pakistan and its people in the face of terrorism.

At the level of organizations, the Muslim World League described, in a statement, the suicide attack as "terrorist", stressing the rejection of violence and terrorism in all its forms.

In a statement, the Palestinian Hamas movement offered its condolences to Pakistan for the victims of the bombing, expressing its hope that Pakistan would enjoy security and peace.
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