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PM condemns terror attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait


PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has condemned the recent terrorist attacks in France, Tunisia, and Kuwait, which killed scores of civilians.

He also offered condolences to the families of those who were killed in the heinous attacks.

“In the strongest terms, I condemn the heinous acts of terrorism on innocent civilians in France, Tunisia and Kuwait.

“These atrocities, which have caused injuries and claimed the lives of many in this holy month of Ramadan, are against the true teachings of Islam.

“My deepest condolences and Al-Fatihah,” Najib wrote on his Facebook page on Sunday.

Friday’s terror attacks on the three countries occurred within hours of each other, prompting suggestions that the acts were coordinated.

The Islamic State has since claimed responsibility for the attacks in Tunisia and Kuwait.

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