SHAFAQNA -Â Fridayâ€™sÂ Sousse attack was condemned by a number of Arab countries who expressed their solidarity with Tunisia and called on the international community to stand against terrorism.
At least 39 people were killed and 39 others were injured when a gunman opened fire on tourists at a popularÂ Tunisian beach on Friday.
In a press conference on Saturday, the Tunisian government said the death toll included eight Britons, one German and one Belgian.
DaeshÂ claimed responsibility for the attack, according to statements posted on social media.
Mohammad al-Momani, Jordanâ€™s governmentalÂ spokesman, said in a statement that JordanÂ â€œrefuses all violenceâ€ and expressed Jordanâ€™s solidarity with the Tunisian government and people against terrorism, according to the Jordanian News Agency.
The Algerian Foreign Ministry also condemned the attackÂ in a statement,Â describing it as a â€œcoward terrorist assaultâ€ and expressed its â€œstrong and unconditional solidarityâ€ with Tunisia.
Also, the Moroccan Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the â€œterrorist attackâ€Â stating that it aims to destabilize Tunisia and its economy.
Izzat Risheq, a Hamas official, strongly condemnedÂ the attack sayingÂ on social media thatÂ it is contradicts the correct approach thatÂ â€œturned Tunisia into a model of democratic transformation.â€
Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry source denounced the attack and said that terrorism aims only to â€œspread chaos, destruction and killing.â€