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Arafat has not done enough to fight terrorism: US

United States National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice said US President George W Bush believes that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has not done enough to root out terrorists.

"There are responsibilities that come with being the representative of the Palestinian people, and that means to make certain that you do everything that you can to lower the level of violence, everything that you can to root out terrorists," Rice said on Friday.

"These are responsibilities that we have asked Chairman Arafat to take and to take seriously. We still don't think that there has been enough in this regard," she added.

"It is extremely important to separate yourself from international terrorists. You cannot help us with Al Qaeda and hug Hezbollah. That's not acceptable -- or Hamas," Rice said.

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