We must accept, as so many did after the Ottawa attacks, that sometimes these are the perils that an open society faces.
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Vigil in Lille for Charlie Hebdo victims.
George Petrolekas Published: Wednesday, 01/07/2015 4:32 pm EST Last Updated: Thursday, 01/08/2015 11:32 am EST
Following the killings in Paris today at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine which has published, for Muslims, blasphemous cartoons of the prophet; the words “je suis Charlie” will be heard many times over the coming days.
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