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Saturday, 14 November 2015

#prayforparis


Normally I would be publishing the other posts in the queue for being posted, but because of the recent terrorist attack in Paris, I thought this post should be made.

"Liberté, égalité, fraternité"

5 comments:

  1. #PrayForParis
    I went to Paris over the summer, it's actually a really great place. A shame terrorists had to do such things. It's a huge set back in our fight against terrorist attacks.

    Rest in peace, the hundred or so people that died in this awful event...

    <3

    ~mz5963 aka Agent Beta ~ Animal Jam~

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  2. #prayforparis i watched it on the news i cryed..

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  3. #prayforparis

    When I was there this spring, there were military on the streets. I knew this would happen all along, so it makes it an even bigger tragedy.

    May the many people who had their beautiful lives ripped away from them by their brothers in this terrible catastrophe and pray that their families are safe.

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  4. #prayforparis

    To all who witnessed this terrible ordeal,
    I must imagine how you must feel.
    Fellow citizens, scared, alone,
    Crying and wishing,
    They could just go home.
    The terrorist attack left us here today,
    For us to come,
    For us to pray.
    We give you a hug,
    We welcome you with us.
    Our arms are stretched,
    To the people of Paris.

    We love you guys <3

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  5. #prayforparis

    On the day of 9/11 we said we are all Americans, prayed as Americans, and fought as Americans.
    On that day we will Pray for Paris, and fight for Paris.
    On that day the terrorists yelled out, "this is for Syria!"
    When these terrorists come to U.S.. We'll be yelling, "this is for Paris!"

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