Sarkozy: Visiting hate and terror websites will be punished
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has spoken out strongly against extremism, but urged his countrymen not to stigmatize Muslims, after a 32-hour siege that resulted in the death of a radical Islamist gunman who confessed to killing seven people.
Sarkozy has proposed a raft of new anti-terrorist measures.
Speaking in a press conference straight after the end of the siege in Toulouse, the French president said anyone regularly visiting websites “justifying terrorism” or “preaching hatred and violence” would be prosecuted.
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