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The terrorist declared that he had racist motives behind his attack against the Kurds in Paris

According to the French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche, the perpetrator of the deaths of three Kurds in Paris yesterday allegedly told a police officer that he committed the act because he is a "racist." A source with knowledge of the matter was quoted by the weekly newspaper. The source said that the 69-year-old attacker, who had been stopped before police arrived, was taken into custody while carrying "a briefcase" that contained "two or three full magazines, a box of.45 calibre bullets with at least 25 bullets inside," according to the source. He has been receiving care in the hospital since yesterday.

It should be noted that the French authorities are aware of the arrested person's history of racial assaults. The Kurdish community in France's capital and the rest of the nation are in an uproar over yet another racist crime against them, and they accuse the French government of routinely failing to protect them. In the meantime, the French government has ordered that all buildings of Kurdish interests be guarded.

A picture from downtown Paris. AP

In a fresh round of protests, members of the Kurdish community in France gathered in the heart of Paris today to call for an explanation for the deaths of their Kurdish fighters. Representatives of the Kurdish community in France gathered in central Paris today in a new round of protests, demanding answers to the killing of their Kurdish fighters.

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