France - Explosions and shooting in Paris, 13 November 2015 #3

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    Hoping that the people are feeling happy and relieved that they are finally escaping that hell-hole.
    Wondering though, if they realize just how cold it can get here and also that in Ontario, schools now have a very progressive sex education?
    Many in the Muslim community have protested that education and pulled their children out from school, hope the new residents will embrace it for their children's sake. imo, speculation

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-refugee-plan-women-children-families-1.3330185

    "Most heading for military bases

    As many as 900 refugees a day are expected to arrive from Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon. The vast majority of them will arrive in Toronto and Montreal.

    Sources say most of the newcomers will initially be housed in military bases, which have been preparing for their arrival. Other kinds of housing will also be used, including hotels and abandoned hospitals."

    ETA..
    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...ex-ed-should-be-here-to-stay/article26340464/

    "How does a liberal society cope with immigrants who don’t share its values? It is an issue that Western cities from Paris to Copenhagen to London are confronting. Toronto is no exception. Despite its success at absorbing hundreds of thousands of newcomers – an achievement admired around the world – this city is not immune to the tensions that can come when a largely secular society takes in throngs of people with strong religious or cultural beliefs.
    Look at what is happening in Thorncliffe Park. The high-rise enclave on the edge of the Don Valley is a magnet for new immigrants, many of them socially conservative Muslims from South Asia and the Middle East. This week, parents there staged a strike against the province’s new sex education curriculum, pulling hundreds of schoolchildren out of class to protest. They say their kids will learn too much, too soon. They say mothers and fathers, not educators, should decide what kids learn about sex and when they learn it. They say a lot more, too".
     
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    Snipped from link, Thanks dotr

    In the last six weeks alone, Canadian authorities have managed to screen about 100 people a day in Lebanon to help the government reach its ambitious of target of getting 25,000 Syrian refugees here by the end of the year.

    These are on top of the refugees being processed by the United Nations Refugee Agency.
     
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    [video=youtube;oijQARUi-m8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oijQARUi-m8[/video]
     
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    More about how handling the Iraq war put us where we are today...

    The Road To The Paris Attacks Runs Through The Iraq War


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/paris-attacks-iraq-war-isis_5650e110e4b0d4093a5807ba
     
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    "That Friday night, Nov. 13, was unseasonably warm, and Parisians had filled the soccer stadium, the concert hall and the sidewalk cafes. The terrorists took the lives of at least 130, among them lovers of music and art and beauty and design and the pleasure of conviviality. “The France that the attackers wanted to kill was youth in all its diversity,” French President François Hollande told lawmakers, “with most of the dead under the age of 30. Their names were Mathias, Quentin, Nick, Nohemi, Djamila, Helene, Elodie, Valentin, and I’m forgetting so many others. What was their crime? Being alive.”

    Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article45904745.html#storylink=cpy

    Music, art, love and joy = life, imo.
     
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    An even more shocking article about the multi-million dollar people smuggling business operating in Europe

    People smuggling: how it works, who benefits and how it can be stopped

    http://www.theguardian.com/global-d...ng-how-works-who-benefits-and-how-to-put-stop
     
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    Belgium is doing the right thing, despite the US would not allow this "right thing." Apparently, with the imminent threat, Belgium police do not need a judge's order to conduct searches. And, the searches have netted many arrests. And, if you are unaware, there is a Sharia4Belgium movement (check it out online). This movement has not dissolved, despite claims to the contrary.

    I am headed for a week in Belgium this summer - certainly hope the terrorism is contained. And, yes, I will be in Brussels, Lieges and also within a stone's throw from Charleroi where the latest terrorists were arrested.
     
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    Turns out Texas is one the top five states with large Muslim communities.

    One can only imagine how that state would deal with a similar threat involving "heavily armed terrorists". Explosives are hard to defend against but "heavily armed" is another thing entirely.

    It would be hard to find a "soft" target crowd once the threat was known, there would be equally "heavily armed" citizens everywhere. Gunning down 100+ innocents without resistance would be pretty much impossible.
     
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    My thinking is it's time to militarily ramp it up against this criminal organization. Wipe out all of daesh producing oil wells

    Put a bounty on Baghdadis capture or death for one million dollars. Abu Bakr al-BaghdadiPolitical leader

    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant also known as ISIS or Daesh, an Islamic extremist group in western Iraq, Libya, northeast Nigeria, and Syria.
     
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    AFP

    http://news.yahoo.com/belgian-autho...-180704394.html;_ylt=A0LEVjDzVlNWIxMAE.tjmolQ


    A Belgian anti-terrorism judge on Monday charged a suspect with involvement in the Paris attacks, while releasing 15 other people arrested at the same time, the federal prosecutor's office said.

    "The investigating judge specialised in terrorism cases placed into custody a man arrested during the operations of last night. He is charged with participating in activities of a terrorist group and with terrorist attack (Paris)," the prosecutor's office said in a statement.


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    A French blogger has called on fellow Muslims to 'protect our beautiful religion' by hunting down the 'impostors who try to pass as Muslims and kill people.

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    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...rrorists-impassioned-video.html#ixzz3sLLatl4l
     
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    Anti-Muslim crime soars in Britain after Paris attacks


    London (AFP) - Anti-Muslim hate crimes rose 300 percent in Britain in the week following the coordinated attacks in Paris, according to figures published on Monday.

    A "vast and overwhelming majority" of the 115 attacks were against Muslim women and girls aged between 14 and 45 who were wearing traditional Islamic dress, according to the findings reported in The Independent newspaper.

    The perpetrators were mainly white males aged between 15 and 35, according to the report, which noted that the true numbers of attacks were likely much larger than those reported.






    http://news.yahoo.com/anti-muslim-crime-soars-britain-paris-attacks-134043105.html
     
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    I spoke to one of our WS members who lives in Switzerland and travels routinely between Switzerland, France and Germany. She said there was no problem entering any of those countries, as on her route, there were no border guards. She said that as a result of Schengan? and the formation of the EU, borders were simplified and open. I didn't realize they were THAT open.

    She also said her friend's son lost 2 friends at the Bataclan and she and her friends are very sad and wary. She is afraid that this feeling of uncertainty will become the new norm and traveling without caution and fear will be something of the past.

    I shared what many of you have posted and told her she is not alone. It is my sincere hope that DAESH? will be defeated and destroyed if every country can come together against them. IMO, JMV
     
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