Tunisian Parliament Deputy Speaker, Sheikh Moro, urges Libyans to stand tough together
The first Deputy of the Tunisian Parliament Speaker and the founding member of Al-Nahda political party, Sheikh Abdulfattah Moro, urged all Libyans to unite and reconcile to maintain their country’s unity.
In an Interview with Al-Nabaa TV, Sheikh Moro, said there is no reason why the Libyans are divided and at war, on the contrary, the must be able to sit together even though the blood had been shed in the country.
“Religious grudge is the only issue that cannot be solved through reconciliation, but you do not have any religious grudge among you, all you have is political division which can be easily reconciled,” He indicated.
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