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Blair calls for world to send anti-terrorism message

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, warming up for next week’s summit of world leaders at the United Nations in New York, called for the world to confront incitement to terrorism as firmly as it does terrorism itself. “It is time we sent out a clear and unified message from the international community and said that (inciting and supporting terrorism) is no longer legitimate,” said Blair in New Delhi at an annual summit of European Union and Indian leaders. “That is not something that can have any hiding place in respectable opinion and I think that is a necessary thing for us to say.” Officials travelling with Blair confirmed that British diplomats tabled a new resolution Monday at the UN Security Council committing nations to confront incitement as firmly as they do terrorism itself. Full Story

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