Palestine & Israel sympathise with France
Hamas, Palestinian & Israeli leadership have condemned the attacks in Paris.
TEL AVIV - Palestinian and Israeli leaders are among international leaders protesting against the terrorist attacks in France.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin says the country stands with France in its uncompromising struggle against terrorism.
Palestinian groups have also condemned the attack, with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas saying he is shocked, angered and saddened.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel stands side by side with France.
Netanyahu says the country has shared intelligence information at its disposal with French authorities.
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He says Israel has information relating to those involved in the attacks.
Meanwhile, over the weekend, thousands of Israelis including French nationals, marched in Tel Aviv in solidarity with Paris.
Many held French flags while other placed candles on the ground.
In Ramallah in the West Bank, several Palestinians spelled out the word 'Paris' using candles outside the French Cultural Centre.
Islamic movement Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip - but is considered a terrorist organisation by both the United States and European Union - has also condemned the killings.
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The death toll from Friday's attacks has risen to 132, with 352 people wounded and 99 of them still in a serious condition in hospital.
Just one day after French President Francois Hollande vowed a 'merciless' response to the deadly Paris attacks on Friday, France has carried out a series of air strikes on Islamic State targets in Raqqa, Syria.
The French Defence Ministry says the strikes last night involved 10 fighter jets dropping bombs.
They destroyed targets including an ISIS command centre, a recruitment centre and a training camp.
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BRIC NATIONS CONDEMN ATTACKS
Leaders of the BRICS nations, including President Jacob Zuma, have condemned the attacks.
In a statement, Presidential spokesperson Bongani Majola described the shootings and bombings as 'abhorrent'.
He says the BRICS leaders have expressed support for France in tracking down those responsible for the attacks.