Everyone talk about the attack in Paris, but no one talks about Palestine. Why?
Because the Palestinians are constantly attacking Israel and facing the consequences of it, therefore, the events they do suffer are their own fault AND stop when the Palestinians recognize the right of Israel to exist.
The Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere around the world are an unprovoked aggression, an act of War, an attack on the innocent intended to scare them into submitting to Islam.
In that regard, the West is suffering what Israel has dealt with for decades - Islamic Jihad that sees its right to attack and kill those who will not convert or submit to second class status, whose mere existence as free people is seen as an affront to Islam.
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