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    A Response to Terror

    by I’m still not exactly sure what I want to say. It’s late in the evening of the 27th of November, 2015. Two weeks ago, on Friday the 13th, a series of terrorist acts rocked Paris, France. These weren’t the first, and won’t be the last, but they are perhaps the biggest so far in that country so far. There are, according to the last set of numbers I saw, 130 people dead, and almost 100 more seriously wounded. In the aftermath, there was a brief moment of solidarity across the world. People cried, were shocked and stunned, and social media exploded in small expressions of solidarity. There were hash tags, expressions of…