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A RESOLUTION Condemning the Terrorist Attacks in Paris and Expressing Solidarity with the People of


[Approved November 17th, 2015 by Unanimous Consent]

WHEREAS, on November 13th, 2015, armed terrorists violently attacked innocent civilians in Paris, France: WHEREAS, these attacks resulted in the deaths of over 130 individuals and seriously injured hundreds more:

WHEREAS, these terrorist attacks were part of a coordinated effort by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, commonly known as ISIS, designed to strike fear and division into the hearts of the world:

WHEREAS, the people of France and the world have stood together in solidarity against these attacks:

WHEREAS, the people of the world have responded to these events with renewed resolve to stand together in unity instead of fear, in contravention to the goals of the terrorist group ISIS:

Now therefore, be it RESOLVED that this Parliament:

1. Utterly and categorically condemns all acts of terror by ISIS or any other organization around the world.

2. Expresses its sincerest condolences to the people of France and to the families of those who were killed or injured for this tragedy.

3. Expresses its utmost solidarity with the Republic of France and its citizens during this period of mourning.

4. Expresses its belief that, in the wake of this tragedy, the world should remain united against these terrorist groups and not give in to fear or hatred.

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