The Permanent Commission of the Paraguayan Congress has approved a resolution by Senator Lilian Samaniego, declaring the “Muslim Brotherhood” organization a terrorist association.
The group, founded in Egypt in 1928, “ideologically supports those who use violence and threaten stability and security in the East and West,” the congresswoman said.
The resolution presented by Samaniego adds that “the Paraguayan state firmly rejects all terrorist acts, methods, and practices that constitute a serious violation of the purposes and principles of the United Nations and may pose a threat to international peace and security.”
The letter, approved by the Permanent Commission of the . . .