Qatar strongly condemned the attacks that targeted three churches in Indonesia, leaving several dead and injured.
It also condemned the attack in Paris, where one person was killed and a number of people were injured. Qatar also strongly condemned the attack on a government building in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, which resulted in several deaths and injuries.
In statements issued on Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated Qatar's firm position on rejecting violence and terrorism, regardless of the motives and reasons.
It stressed Qatar's total rejection to targeting the places of worship and intimidating the safe civilians.
The ministry expressed shock at the Paris attack, and affirmed its full solidarity with the French government in all measures taken to maintain security and stability.
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