A woman cries as she lights candles to pay tribute to the victims following a shooting by gunmen at the offices of weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, in front of the French embassy in Sofia January 9, 2015. (REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov)
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has denounced "terrorism" and violence committed in the name of Islam, after the deadly attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.Rouhani appeared to be alluding to Wednesday's attack in Paris.Israel expressed concern over a "terror offensive" in France, where a gunman stormed a Paris kosher supermarket.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had tweeted earlier that those fighting terrorism must not submit to fear.In Turkey, top Muslim sheikh Mehmet Gormez denounced the attack as an "unacceptable" action targeting all faiths including Islam, saying he was pained to see Islamic values used as a pretext for slaughter.While unequivocally condemning the attack "without any buts," Gormez said he deemed freedom of expression significant but said it has a limit.
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