A shocking confession from the perpetrator of the Paris bombing… “he regrets not killing more people.”

Today, Monday, the perpetrator of the attack on the Kurds appeared before an investigating judge, in preparation of a possible charge against him. Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath correspondent said the perpetrator of the Paris attack said in the investigation that he regretted not killing more people.

And the French prosecutor said on Sunday that he wanted to kill foreigners in the Paris suburbs.

In a statement from the Paris prosecutor’s office in regarding the investigations into the perpetrator of the attack which led to the killing of three Kurds and the wounding of three others, on Friday, in Paris, the attacker would have said (before relieving pre-trial detention because his health conditions do not allow it to be held in detention) that since being exposed His house was burgled in 2016. He became suicidal and wanted to kill immigrants.

The 69-year-old pensioner admitted shooting at a Kurdish cultural center and a hair salon in Paris, killing three Kurds, and explained he did it “because of his hatred of foreigners”.

In context, hundreds of people gathered this afternoon in Paris to participate in a march in honor of the three Kurds killed near a Kurdish cultural center on Friday by a Frenchman who admitted he was “racist”.

An Agence France-Presse correspondent said small structures were erected on the sidewalk in places in which the three victims fell, bearing their photos, as well as candles and bouquets of flowers.

The convoy departed at around 12:30 (11:30 GMT) to Lafayette Street in the 10th arrondissement, where three female Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) activists were killed on January 9, 2013 in Paris, in an accident the circumstances of which have so far not been disclosed.

The protesters sang in Kurdish, “Our martyrs do not die”, e in French, “Women… Life… Liberty”, invoking “truth and justice”.

After the attack, the French Kurds called the attack “terrorist” and blamed Turkey.

“We decided to come as soon as we heard about this terrorist attack on Friday (…) We are afraid of the Turkish community and the intelligence services,” he said in English to AFP a young Kurdish woman, who came to demonstrate in Rotterdam, asking not to be identified for fear of reprisals.

Often described as the world’s largest stateless people, the Kurds are scattered in Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Iran.

The attacker had committed acts of violence with a weapon in past.

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