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Hoy París, ayer Beirut. ¿Dónde mañana?

French fire brigade members aid an injured individual near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France

El jueves pasado murieron más de 40 personas en un ataque perpetrado por ISIS en Beirut, Líbano.  Además, 200 personas resultaron gravemente heridas en el atentado y lamentablemente mucho de ellas perderán también su vida.

No hubo mucho eco en nuestros medios.

Hoy, también ISIS, vuelve a matar, y nuestros medios se echan las manos a la cabeza y claman al cielo. De momento, hay unos 100 asesinados ya.

Más de 4 000 000 millones de personas han huido y están huyendo del horror de ISIS hacia un lugar más seguro, hacia Europa.

Todas y cada una de estas víctimas, a pesar de tener diferentes nacionalidades, comparten verdugos. ISIS les mata y todos aquellos que padecemos indiferentes ante su odio, violencia y horror, les condenamos.

El ataque a Francia de hoy , ¿de verdad extraña a alguien? Era un atentado anunciado… y ahora que mueren inocentes del mundo occidental…¿nos vamos a dar cuenta de la tragedia, del horror, de la guerra?

En Siria, los occidentales pusimos las armas y ellos pusieron los muertos. Quienes huyen de la guerra, buscan la paz donde fabricamos guerras.

Ahora que los muertos están en nuestro tejado, ¿seguiremos mirando para otro lado y pensando que esta guerra, sus verdugos y refugiados no nos atañe?

La indiferencia mata, y  en nuestro mundo de guerras locales, el miedo y la muerte se hacen globales.

Descansen en paz los muertos, que los vivos seguiremos aplaudiendo a quienes no paran la guerra…


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