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Fri, 09/19/2008 - 11:02
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Arab, International denunciation on U.S. embassy attack in Yemen

SANA'A, Sep. 18 (Saba) - Arab and International countries
denunciated the attack took place yesterday morning, Monday, against
the US embassy in Sana'a.

President George W. Bush said the attack on the U.S. embassy was a
reminder that we are at war with extremists who will murder innocent
people to achieve their ideological objectives".

At the conclusion of his meeting with Commander of US forces in the
Middle East and Central Asia General David Petraeus, US president
said that extremists aim to cause the United States to lose its
nerve and to withdraw from regions of the world.

He outlined the US massage that is to help governments survive the
extremists. "We want people to live normal lives. We want mothers to
be able to raise their sons and daughters in a peaceful environment
so they can realize the hopes and dreams of a better world"
President Bush.

On the other hand, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned
strongly the "criminal" attack on diplomatic facilities and
personnel worldwide, considering them against international law and
are totally unacceptable.

He called on the Yemeni authorities to spare on efforts to hunt and
perpetrators and bring them before justice.

For his part, the Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa
considered that bloodshed and killing innocents would lead to
nothing. He expressed his refusal to such acts and his condemnation
to this terrorist attack on US embassy in Sana'a.

The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Abdurrahman
al-Attiyah has denunciated sharply the terrorist attack.

Meanwhile, the Italian government condemned the terrorist attack
which targeted the U.S. embassy. The Italian Foreign Minister Franco
Frattini affirmed during his meeting yesterday with Arab ambassadors
in Rome his country's solidarity with Yemeni government to realize
peace and stability in Yemen.

On Wednesday morning, two explosions rocked the US embassy compound
in Sana'a, causing no US casualties. The Yemeni troops guarding the
building could prevent two bomb cars from attacking the embassy. All
dead, 16, are fifteen Yemenis and an Indian. Six Yemeni soldiers and
fours civilian and the six attackers were killed in the
well-coordinated operation.