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Post Reply Gunfire and explosion just heard at 3:56pm GMT LIVE in france
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYlQJbsVs48

Happening as we speak. This is the hostage situation. Sounds like some shit in afghan.

3:42pm - Special forces seen moving into place.

3:56pm - Gunfire from 1 side, most likely used as distraction, explosion happened, most likely C4 to blast door open, sounded like the terrorists scum never stood a chance.

4:10pm - Explosions now heard at the other area of France where another situation has been under way.

4:19pm - 2 Terrorist that were holding hostages in the supermarket are now confirmed dead.

4:22pm - In the other hostage situation where more explosion were heard at 4:10pm, hostages are now seen as being escorted out safely.

4:34pm - Now been confirmed the terrorists at the supermarket came running out shooting, didn't work.

4:56pm - Now being said 4 hostages to of been killed in this action...

5:16pm - 20 innocent lives in total, now gone.
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The world we live in...
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Religion eh.
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Terrible. Just terrible.
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We're at a point where this isn't even news anymore. It's just your daily extremist doing their daily run.
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Don't blame religion, blame violent extremists.
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news pornography... it's bad for your health
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is religion not to blame at least in part? they somehow believed what they were doing is right because someone must have told them it is.
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Jace0314 wrote:

is religion not to blame at least in part? they somehow believed what they were doing is right because someone must have told them it is.


Of course not. It's just a minor 'few' of extremists. Other SJW will tell you the same, and other Muslims will play victim. It's not like there have been over 24 thousand terror attacks in the name of Islam since 9/11. Those are all just a 'minor few' Their religion is so badly written it can be taking as either a peaceful book or violent book. Some Muslim political leader in India was proposing to donate money in support of these terrorist attackers in France, but again, it's only a 'few'. http://zeenews.india.com/news/uttar-pradesh/bsp-leader-haji-yakub-qureshi-booked-for-defending-paris-terror-attack_1527225.html
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Jace0314 wrote:

is religion not to blame at least in part? they somehow believed what they were doing is right because someone must have told them it is.


Of course not. It's just a minor 'few' of extremists. Other SJW will tell you the same, and other Muslims will play victim. It's not like there have been over 24 thousand terror attacks in the name of Islam since 9/11. Those are all just a 'minor few' Their religion is so badly written it can be taking as either a peaceful book or violent book. Some Muslim political leader in India was proposing to donate money in support of these terrorist attackers, but again, it's only a 'few'.


The scary thing is that these Islamic extremists not only don't fear death but embrace it.

To say that Islam has nothing to do with this is nonsense these people are brainwashed by their religion.
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Jace0314 wrote:

is religion not to blame at least in part? they somehow believed what they were doing is right because someone must have told them it is.


It's just a bunch of idiots twisting the words of an old book to convince others to kill for them. There are over a billion Muslims living ordinary lives. They can't be held responsible for the actions of a (loud) radical minority.
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haikinka wrote:

Religion eh.




Don't condemn all religions just because of delusional wackos from one religion in particular. And that one religion in particular (we all know which it is) is out of control and not enough of its followers are trying to reign in its extremists...
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This is a result of the Quran being taken literally, and if you read the Quran you would understand why. It is dangerous.
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Shit, I miss Extended Discussions area...at least I could go there for serious stuff if I chose and stay here for What anime character do I want to be president or Who do I want to kiss from anime.
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DanteVSTheWorld wrote:


Dude, awesome. Actual sh!t happening right now for all of us to watch. France, eh? Go, GIGN.

No but seriously.....damn, though.

EDIT/UPDATE
Looks like the good stuff's over with. As I am writing and having left the video page, they were talking about some new movie Keanu Reeves was advertising.....and before that, Jackie Chan's son will be facing 6 months in prison for drug charges.

Someone on the chat said that the SAS was involved, but I can't confirm that right now. Hell I don't know why I'm talking about this spec-ops sh!t, aside maybe from repressed excitement or something. I should be going "Oh my God this is horrible this is the end of the world!" and crying and stuff.....but I guess I've become desensitized over time. Besides, it could be worse; you should've read the comments people were leaving, though someone left a message saying "This is what the terrorists want; for us to spread our hatred on the Internet," albeit with some grammatical errors. Something to think about, next time someone tries to make a post ridiculing Muhammad. Not saying I'm defending extremist Muslims, but rather I'm warning that the threat might just be closer to home than we think, so just be careful.
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