Paris: Terror vs. Freedom
8 January 2015 By Abi Giwa
These terrorists strike when they are least expected. This time the terror is in Paris, France, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. They killed twelve on Wednesday. Another female police officer reportedly killed on Thursday, but the cause of her killing still unknown. Two brothers known to the French police have been target as likely the figures of suspicion, sighted at a gas station about 100 miles away to the scene of Wednesday killing and said to be heavily armed. Terrorists hate the truth either in written words or cartoon impression. The best they think they can attack the writers' or the artists' freedom of expression is to kill. They killed close to 4000 in New York City in one day. They have been killing many other people around the world: Kenya, Nigeria, Mali, Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan , Cameroon, Libya and Somali. The reason for killing in less advance countries, where freedom is less established is either for being in league with the advanced countries or refusing to embrace Sharia - an Islamic legal system. Not even the war declared on terrorism and terrorists seem to be stopping these terrorists. They are becoming part of the landscapes and part of the fear people have to live with, because they are people living among the people.