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Krystalline Kraus | And the only thing that that's keeping the world from knowing the truth about how little we care about the gay community in America is that a few have again placed a rainbow over their profile picture
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Humberto DaSilva | Anybody else get the feeling like you want to duck and cover?
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | A fitting honour to those who died in Paris, and to the countless victims of climate change, would be a fair, ambitious and binding agreement at the climate summit.
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Michael Keefer | Michael Keefer surveys his personal memories of the Marais district in Paris -- and also the sometimes violent history of the quartier.
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Humberto DaSilva | Paris doesn't want your prayers. Paris wants your humanity.
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Béguinage of Lierre / begijnhof van Lier, Flanders - Belgium
Craig Gibson | A personal essay of a Canadian touring the battlegrounds of the Great War while Paris, and the world, recovers from terror.
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Ehab Lotayef | You need not give the order to be guilty, all you need do is... Hate
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Monia Mazigh | Instead of making declarations of war, France needs to remember the Lafontaine fable about the ox and the frog, and re-examine its blind new alignment with American imperialism.
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Rick Salutin | The point isn't to decide who started it. It's: can you interrupt the cycle, which has nothing essential to do with Islam or religion. It's basically tit for tat.
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Murray Dobbin | While we are reflecting on the horror of the Paris attacks, we have a responsibility to remember and reflect that every day at least 129 Muslim citizens die in conflicts incited by our governments.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, there has been a crushing backlash in the U.S. against refugees from the wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Azeezah Kanji | French President Francois Hollande declared the horrific events that happened in Paris an "act of war." But does that mean there was no war before Paris was attacked?