The Democratic Alliance has
sent its condolences to the loved ones and friends of those who were killed in
several terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday evening.
More than 120 people were
killed at various locations by what is suspected to be jihadists attacks. Gun
men started shooting with AK-47s into a crowd that was at a rock concert.
Other jihadists stood outside
a stadium where France and Germany were playing a soccer game.
The jihadists wore suicide
bomb vests which blew up when police arrived.
Four jihadists are believed to
have died. More attacks took place at four other locations.
“The DA has extended its condolences to
France’s Ambassador to South Africa, Elisabeth Barbier. Our thoughts and
prayers are with all of those who have lost loved ones to this barbaric
terrorism.” DA’s Shadow Minister of
International Relations of Cooperation Stevens Mokgalapa
“We furthermore condemn in the strongest
terms possible this indiscriminate and cowardly violence, and we hope that
there will be justice for all those who lost their lives.” He added.
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