Fayyad: Extremists must not use Palestine to market terror

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March 21, 2012 14:12

 
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Extremists must stop marketing their terrorist acts in the name of Palestine, said Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad Wednesday, according to an AFP report.

Fayyad was referring to the murder of four French Jews at a school in Toulouse. French Interior Minister Gueant earlier Wednesday aid the gunman wanted revenge "for the Palestinian children and he also wanted to attack the French army because of its foreign intervention."

"Extremists must stop pretending to stand up for the rights of Palestinian children who only ask for a decent life," AFP quoted Fayyad as saying.

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