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We all heard what happened today in France where one person killed three other in a church, in the city of Nice. The French President, Emmanuel Macron, declared today that he is ready to deploy even more soldiers in order to protect all the citizens and French touristic sites. According to the numbers, the number of soldiers deployed on the streets will reach almost 7.000.
Basically, what happened today was that one person armed with a knife killed three other people in a church. Also, he wounded several. After the attack, the media said that the culprit has been arrested, but he is in a hospital due to wounds inflicted by the police. The suspect for the attacks seems to be a 21-year-old Tunisian migrant. What is more painful is that the suspect arrived in Europe very recently. The police identified him as Brahim Aoussaoui.
As many such attacks happened, not just in France, but also in the U.K., Germany, Sweden and other European countries, the motive is not yet clear, but the attacker was ideologically motivated. France is now cornered by many Arab countries and French products are boycotted in those countries.
Emmanuel Macron committed a big mistake when he said few days ago that the Muslim word is in a "crisis". His statement made many Arab government furious and he was heavily criticized by many Arab leaders.
Surprisingly, even if it is only about diplomacy, Saudi Arabia condemned the attacks and its foreign minister stated that:
The kingdom categorically rejects such extremist acts, which contravene all religions …, while stressing the importance of avoiding all practices which generate hatred, violence and extremism.
The wave of sympathy for France continues and many representative of the Muslim world denounce this attack. Also, Qatar joins those that condemn the crimes.
The world split in two and each side supports or condemns France or the attacker.
Some say that
Yesterday Muslims all were boycotting France and their products. Now they are sympathetic and apologies for what it is happening. They also argue that they have to accept the freedom of speech and that we are supposed to live in countries where is free to do so. The problem is not the freedom of speech, but the religion.
Many people were blaming Macron and France as whole, but they have to understand one thing: all those who supported the first beheading of the teacher are responsible for this and the aftermath of this two weeks occurrence. By encouraging the killer, they all encouraged thousands more who are anyways ready to kill innocents.
This is a chain reaction and the world will see a new France now.
To end, in my opinion, we cannot control how others act only how we REACT. We do not have to blame anyone for this accept the person who committed this heinous act. No one forced him, he CHOSE to do it.