Jordan king: Most of terror victims are Muslims
King Abdullah II of Jordan on Friday said that terror and those who support it are a source of worry and form a great challenge for the international community. The King reiterated, during an interview with the American NBC television network that most of terror victims are Muslims and that "all of us, whether in the Middle East, Europe or US and other countries in the world, have suffered from terror," stressing the necessity of uniting efforts to face terrorists.
As for the situation in Iraq, King Abdullah expressed hope to improve the situation there especially with the existence of some issues that must be take care of. According to Petra, he added that "we must give Iraqis the chance to finish setting the institution" and hold elections at the end of the year and that the Iraqi government should be supported to enhance security as possible.
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