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  • WikiLeaks Blames America For Paris Attacks

    International whistleblower organization WikiLeaks is casting blame on the United States, United Kingdom and France for the terror attacks Friday that have killed at least 140 people.

    At least 39 dead in French terror attacks this evening. France has closed borders. US, UK, France fed ISIS. Not so funny now, is it?

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 13, 2015

    At least 39 dead tonight in Paris terror atacks. 250k dead in Syria & Iraq. Both a direct result of US, UK, France feeding Sunni extremists.

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 13, 2015

    Over 120 killed in Paris attacks tonigh by Islamic terrorism. Over 250,000 Syrians, Iraqis & Libyans killed. Not funny then. Not funny now.

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 14, 2015

    Note that it is the avowed strategy of Islamic terror to generate a crackdown in France inorder to radicalise French muslims.
    #ParisAttacks

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 14, 2015

    Many other Twitter users responded with hostility to WikiLeaks’ argument, but the organization refused to give ground.

    @ron_kdhobxron Who’s that? Sunni extremists or those who funded and armed them?

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 14, 2015

    @AD822 Those who funded, armed and trained Sunni extremists inorder to destroy the states of Syria & Libya should be brought to justice.

    — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 14, 2015

    WikiLeaks, created by Julian Assange, has frequently taken a hostile attitude towards America’s anti-terrorism policy. It published Bradley Manning’s documents relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and played a major role in Edward Snowden’s flight to Russia with files taken from the NSA.

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