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Well with no caliphate anymore I suppose they need some propaganda.

Antagonists of every kind derive at least some "solace" over their "opponent's" misfortune, as some will discern on AB.
The Daily Mail doing a nice job of giving these people the oxygen of publicity.

“I wondered how long it would be”
I did indeed :-)
"The Daily Mail doing a nice job of giving these people the oxygen of publicity."

Unfortunately so Ick.
You would have to be rather naïve to not suspect that there may well be something not quite right about the hasty "accident" verdict even before the 50, yes 50, investigators have even started to look for what caused the fire...…..after all.

//A 41-year-old Pakistani migrant will face trial after vandalising the Saint-Denis Basilica, the home of the tombs of many French Kings including Charles Martel.
The Pakistani origin male, who had arrived in France only two months ago, will stand trial in Bobigny next month, accused of causing serious damage to the main organ of the basilica as well as smashing stained glass windows in an apparent attack that took place in March, Le Parisien reports.
According to the court, the man had already been accused of vandalism of property in February and that his DNA had been found in the basilica by investigators which led to his arrest.//
//The vandalism also came just over a year after the basilica was stormed by pro-migrant activists alongside illegal migrants to protest the French government’s reforms to asylum laws, with police having to forcibly remove them after around an hour of occupation.
Vandalism of churches across France has become a major issue, with nine churches across the country vandalised in just 11 days in February. Some of the damage had included thefts, while others featured grotesque acts such as the smearing of faeces on the walls of a church in Nîmes.
Just last month the second largest church in Paris was damaged by fire, which police have said was deliberately started. Dramatic images from the scene showed flames pouring out of a “massive” porch door and stained glass window, although fortunately the Paris Pompiers were able to put out the blaze before it spread to the rest of the building.//

Remember Kevin Crehan and the bacon butty?
'Have a nice day': ISIS fanatics revel in Notre Dame's destruction days before Easter as they describe the inferno as 'retribution and punishment'
Funny, I often wonder if Allah feels the same when he sweeps away so many during the hajj, as has happened on several occasions.
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Don't you think that if they want to they will still carry out their evil deeds, publicity or no publicity and even without the help of the Daily Mail?
//"The Daily Mail doing a nice job of giving these people the oxygen of publicity."

Unfortunately so Ick. //

Not unfortunate at all. Good for the Daily Mail! This should be reported. People should know.

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