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paris attacks

Omar Ismaïl Mostefai was one of three men who detonated suicide belts.
In the aftermath of these horrible atrocities, it is everyday Muslims around the world; particularly in the West that brace themselves for the aftermath. For the hate speech, instances of racism and inevitable discrimination that follow.
"It's the only way I can think of to respond."
#ParisIsAboutLife
Some people think violence is a way to solve their problems or effect change in the world. It is important for us to understand that they want us to be divided, to be fearful and suspicious of one another. In order to stand strong in the face of terrorism, we must stand together across race, ethnicity, language, religion, and nationality.
While attempting to back away from security, the attacker detonated the vest.
The American band fled through a back entrance.
Sounds of the explosions outside could be heard inside the Stade de France.
At least 35 people are dead after explosions and shootings rocked Paris Friday. Police say around 100 hostages have been
If our core values -- democracy, tolerance, pluralism -- are to prevail, moderates must act before the extreme right and the extreme left hijack the discourse. We must move quickly and decisively to prevent such atrocities from recurring, beginning with four critical steps.