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Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack in Cairo’s Ramses Square on Friday, which left at least 36 people dead and many more wounded.

The Islamic State’s claim has also been retweeted by other militant groups, including the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) and al-Qaeda in Iraq.

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Al-Qaeda’s official news agency claims responsibility for Friday’s attack in Egypt.


The U.S. State Department also condemns the attack, calling it a “senseless and despicable act of terror”.


The White House also condemns “an act of barbarism” in Egypt, as President Donald Trump takes to the lectern.


U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says he will send a delegation to Cairo to “examine the situation” in the Egyptian capital.


The UK government also condemned the attack and issued a statement calling for all parties to refrain from violence and condemn “any terrorist activity”.


“We call on all parties in the region to ensure that we are not at a stage where a terrorist attack takes place,” UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement.


The United States has urged Egypt to take urgent steps to stop the spread of the virus and warned that “there will be consequences”.


The International Federation of Muslim Youth Associations (IFMEA) also condemned Friday’s incident, calling for an end to “extremist terrorism”.


“There is no justification for the violence and hatred that has been directed at Christians in Egypt,” the group said in its statement.


The head of the UK’s National Muslim Council said the attack “has absolutely nothing to do with Islam”.


“Islam does not support terrorism and has never condemned terrorism,” Khan Azmi, the head of Britain’s largest Muslim group, said in the statement.

“It is not about religion, it is about freedom of religion and expression.”


The British Muslim Council for Britain has also called for a “national conversation” about extremism in the UK. 13.

The Muslim Council of Britain called on Britain to “step up its efforts to end the scourge of extremism” in a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May.


“The actions of the perpetrators of this crime, whoever they are, must be condemned,” said Ahmad Taqi, a spokesman for the Council.

“I hope they will be swiftly brought to justice and we all will stand united to fight against any form of extremism.”


The Council of European Muslims called for the “immediate arrest and trial of the attackers”.


In the wake of the attack in Alexandria, some Muslims in Britain have taken to Twitter to praise the attackers.

“Shocked, shocked.

Just witnessed a massacre in Alexandria,” said one.


Some UK MPs are calling for Britain to become “a haven” for Muslims fleeing persecution in the country.

“Our hearts go out to the victims and their families, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims,” said Labour MP Sarah Champion.


A British Islamic Council member, who requested anonymity to speak candidly about his experiences, told Al Jazeera that he and his family were “devastated” by Friday’s violence.

“What’s happening in Egypt is horrific,” the council member said.

I’m not just being harassed. “

Everywhere I go, I’m being targeted.

I’m not just being harassed.

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If I were to go back to Egypt, I wouldn’t go back.”


The UN Human Rights Council is holding an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the attack.

Its members will also consider whether to hold a special session to condemn the attack or to hold its own session on the matter.

The full council will then meet again on February 9, at which point the council will vote on whether to refer the case to the International Criminal Court.


Many Muslim countries have condemned the Cairo attack, saying that it must be stopped and urged the Islamic world to take a tougher stance against extremism.

Here is a look at some of their reactions.

Saudi Arabia has called for an immediate halt to the attacks in Egypt and condemned those behind it as “cowards”.

Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said: “I appeal to all Muslims around the world to stand against any kind of violence, and condemn those who would commit this crime against the religious and religious institutions.”

Egypt’s foreign minister, Sameh Shoukry, said: Egypt will be held accountable for the crime of terror that was committed in its name and for the actions of those who took part in the massacre of innocents in the name of religious ideology.

Egypt’s interior minister, Mohammed Ibrahim, has also condemned such

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