File - Prime Minister Tammam Salam, left, meets with Speaker Nabih Berri at Ain al-Tineh on Thursday, June 5, 2014. (The Daily Star/HO)
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Lebanese leaders condemned in the strongest of terms Wednesday an assault by suspected jihadis on the Paris offices of a weekly satirical newspaper which killed at least 12 people, describing it as a terrorist act that did not reflect the teachings of Islam.Ten members of Charlie Hebdo staff died in the attack.French authorities said the attack, the most deadly Paris has witnessed for decades, was carried out by three men. According to the Future Movement leader the terrorist crime was condemned by all Arabs and Muslims, who were standing beside France in the war against terror.Gemayel offered his condolences to Hollande, the families of the victims and the French press.
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