United States condemns terror attack in Dimona

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February 5, 2008 04:43

 
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The United States has condemned the fatal suicide bombing in Dimona and urged the Palestinian Authority to do more to counter terrorism. In a statement issued Monday by the office of spokeswoman Dana Perino, the White House said it strongly condemned Monday's attack by two suicide bombers. "We extend condolences to the family of the innocent victim killed in this brutal attack and wish those wounded a rapid recovery," the White House said. "We also condemn those terrorist groups, including Hamas, which condone these horrific actions. We call upon the leaders of the Palestinian Authority, who condemned this attack, to redouble their efforts to act against terrorism."

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