On a sadder note: A word of sympathy and love for Paris and a reminder for others

by | Nov 16, 2015 | History, On a Sadder Note, Seradata News | 0 comments

Those that perpetrated and planned this year’s murderous terrorist attacks in Paris or the airliner bombing in Egypt, should be fearful. For those that kill and injure innocent people in the name of God (Allah) will, under the terms of their own religious belief, surely face God’s judgement and justice themselves.

Likewise, while such measures may now be needed, those who are using the latest terrorist outrages to pursue their own agendas of more state surveillance, more border restrictions, or more police funding, should really think about the morality of using the fear caused by such tragic events in this way.

As such, we at Seradata will simply give our heartfelt sympathy and love to those directly affected in Paris, and to their families and friends. We hope that they can somehow be comforted by God’s love, and by the love and support of all the good people around the world.


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