Tears In Paris: What Religion Has To Do With It

14 11 2015

epa05023917 French police officers take cover while on the lookout for the shooters who attacked the restaurant 'Le Petit Cambodge' earlier tonight in Paris, France, 13 November 2015. At least 60 people have been killed in a series of attacks in the French capital Paris, with a hostage-taking also reported at a concert hall. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

Once again the world is reeling. Gunmen and bombers attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium at locations across Paris on Friday, killing at least 129 people. Terrorists raked several cafe terraces with machine-gun fire before entering a rock concert at the Bataclan concert hall. Toon, a 22 year-old messenger who lives near the Bataclan, was going into the concert hall with two friends at around 10.30 p.m. when he saw three young men dressed in black and armed with machine guns. He stayed outside. Inside the hall, eye witness said that one of the gunmen began firing into the crowd. “People were falling like dominoes

Some 40 more people were killed in five other attacks in the Paris region, the official said, including an apparent double suicide bombing outside the Stade de France national stadium, where president of France, Hollande and the German foreign minister were watching a friendly soccer international.

The match continued until the end, but panic broke out in the crowd as rumors of the attack spread, and spectators were held in the stadium and assembled spontaneously on the pitch.

Police helicopters circled the stadium as Hollande was rushed back to the interior ministry to deal with the situation.

In central Paris, shooting erupted in mid-evening outside a Cambodian restaurant in the capital’s 10th district.

A French supporter reacts after invading the pitch of the Stade de France stadium at the end of the international friendly soccer match between France and Germany in Saint Denis, outside Paris, Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. Hundreds of people spilled onto the field of the Stade de France stadium after explosions were heard nearby. French President Francois Hollande says he is closing the country's borders and declaring a state of emergency after several dozen people were killed in a series of unprecedented terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

Eighteen people were killed when a gunman opened fire on Friday night diners sitting at outdoor terraces in the popular Charonne area nearby in the 11th district.

The prosecutor mentioned five locations in close proximity where shootings took place around the same time.
What did the French do to attract the evil eye? Well, France is a member of the U.S.-led coalition waging air strikes against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. the Islamic State militant group, which controls swathes of Iraq and Syria, said in Twitter messages that the group carried them out.

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“The State of the caliphate hit the house of the cross,” one tweet said.

In January, satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, was also targeted in France in another deadly attack by Islamist gunmen.

Ever since the world trade center bombing of september 11, 2001, atheists have been pointing accusing fingers on all religion as the chief cause of terrorism. This is foolish because all religions are not the same. Christians rarely blow things up, and hinduism don’t either. Those who do in islam, according to some people are not even true muslims. Thus “false” not ” real” ¬†religion is the cause of terrorism. Simply put, the islamic state is the father of ¬†all that is false in religion and is responsible for terrorisms across the globe. It is time the world unite and do away with them.








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