Fayyad: 'I resolutely denounce this terror attack'

PA Prime Minister says he opposes the attack "no matter who stands behind it," wishes a full recovery those injured.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 23, 2011 17:42
PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad

PA PM Fayyad speaking (R) 311. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad criticized the bombing in Jerusalem on Wednesday.

"We are following the news closely," Fayyad said in a statement. "Although there is not enough information about the attack that injured 20 people, I resolutely denounce this terrorist attack no matter who stands behind it."

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"I wish a full recovery to those injured," he added.

The explosion, which took place at a Jerusalem bus stop on Wednesday afternoon, injured 50 bystanders and killed one woman.

Police are investigating the event and searching for the bomber.

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