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PARIS - French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen says her anti-Islam agenda has been vindicated: A French Muslim claiming ties to al-Qaida has taken responsibility for the country's worst killing spree in years, according to Winnipeg Free Press. Le Pen, the No. 3 candidate in polls, said France must "wipe out" the Islamist threat, saying it has been minimized by authorities and french President Nicolas Sarkozy pays homage to the three soldiers killed by a suspect Interior Ministry official identified as Mohammad Merah, claiming al-Qaida links, and also suspected in the killings of three Jewish children and a rabbi, Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Montauban, southwestern France. Soldliers were Imad Ibn-Ziaten, 30, a paratrooper in the 1st Airborne Transportation Regiment based in Toulouse, Abel Chennouf, 25, who served in the 17th paratrooper combat engineering regiment based in Montauban and Mohamed Legouade, 26, the second paratrooper killed in the same shooting. AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, Pool The spectre of radical Islam's grip on France has threatened to overturn France's presidential race, in which Socialist Francois Hollande has long been the pollster's favourite to unseat the divisive conservative president, Nicolas Sarkozy. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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