Charlie Hebdo: We forget action and fly with Emotions

We forget action against Radical Islam and fly with easy Emotions for Muslims.

~ Upananda Brahmachari


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I condemn the barbaric Islamic attack on France’s satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and so my first word is to take drastic action against Jihadi Islam and not to fly with easy emotions.

Thousands of NON MUSLIM people have taken to the streets of cities across the world overnight to show their sympathy for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris that killed 12 on Wednesday and wounded 11 more. GOOD. But, not a single Muslim was attacked in retaliation!

Reports came in that France saw the biggest rallies as residents from many cities, including Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Lyon, Metz, Nantes and Toulouse flooded the streets standing in solidarity with victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting. In Paris, people lit candles and held up their pens and pencils to support press freedom. They held protest placard describing “Je suis Charlie” [I am Charlie], but I am sure most of them are not like Stephane Charbonnier, editor of  Charlie Hebdo or the other cartoonists like Georges Wolinski, Jean Cabut, Bernard Verlhac and Philippe Honore who engaged themselves to expose uncivilized Islamic  menace in modern society until they were killed by the soldiers of Allah under the control of Quran and Muhammet.
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People came out of emotion and went away without any action. And people even think nothing to retaliate over Radical Islam.

Reports suggest, Paris is traumatized by the attack, with widespread fears of another. “We feel less and less safe,” said Didier Cantat, 34, standing outside the police barriers at the scene. “If it happened today, it will happen again, maybe even worse.”

“This is a dangerous moment for European societies,” said Peter Neumann, director of the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King’s College London. “With increasing radicalization among supporters of jihadist organizations and the white working class increasingly feeling disenfranchised and uncoupled from elites, things are coming to a head.”

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