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  • Edy Iversen


    Dear Hugh,
    Thank you for your excellent article and your support for France and all innocent people of the world that have been touched by this violence. On Dec. 12 we are organizing a very important interfaith meeting here in France, and we asked for prayers from our brothers and sisters throughout the world for its success. Only through long term thinking, interfaith dialogue, and service can we win the hearts of those who hate us and oppose us. War is never ending, but love is eternal.We must find a way to reach people with our ideology of peace, even those who come against us.


  • Dmitry


    The terrorist attacks in France is no worse than the terrorist attack in Russia and other countries. But is this religious terrorism?! This is just geopolitics. The collapse of attempts to “control” terrorism in such countries as Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Senior U.S. officials maintained close contact with al-Qaeda terrorists and ISIS. The US trained and supplied arms to those who then become terrorists.

    Now terrorism is only the mask of religion. Politicians are using religious fanaticism to destroy national States and the establishment of quasi environment.

    I don’t know if it’s bad. But it becomes terrible methods.


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