129 people dead in Paris terror attacks

The attacks on Friday night have been described as 'an act of war' by French President Francois Hollande. Several Welsh tourists were in Paris at the time.

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Welsh Muslims speak out about 'blame' fears

Members of the Welsh Muslim community have told of their concerns in the wake of the Friday's terror attacks in Paris.

Worshippers at the Dar Ul-Isra mosque in the Cathays area of Cardiff told ITV News that they're worried that not everyone draws the distinction between the so called Islamic State and Islam, and are scared of reprisals.

My main concern is the blanket blaming of muslims. People see a hijab or a headscarf and they think 'muslim', and they associate those terrible acts with myself

– Alaa Khundakji - Dar Ul-Isra mosque

It comes after a series of attacks in Paris on Friday evening left 129 people dead and hundreds more injured. In a statement the so called "Islamic State" claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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