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  1. Obama slams Republicans: It's "Not American" to only accept Christian Syrian Refugees
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    After subdued remarks on Monday, the president tore into lawmakers who have said we should stop plans to accept Syrian refugees — or only accept Christian refugees — in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks. www.buzzfeed.com/katherinemiller/obama-slams-republicans-not-american-to-not-only-accept-chri
  2. Growing number of states say they will not accept Syrian refugee
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    Governors in Mississippi, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Michigan, and Alabama have all said they will stop or otherwise oppose accepting Syrian refugees in their states. www.buzzfeed.com/kyleblaine/texas-governor-says-his-state-will-not-accept-syrian-refugee
  3. “France is at war,” Hollande say, as he announces new efforts to fight ISIS
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    “Terrorism won’t destroy the Republic, because the Republic will destroy terrorism,” French President François Hollande vowed in a rare address to Congress. www.buzzfeed.com/davidmack/watch-live-french-president-hollande-delivers-rare-address-t
  4. Paris attacks stoke fears of refugees, and that's what ISIS wants
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    “States have understandably been scared to tackle this out of fear that it will fuel right-wing populists and Islamophobia,” one EU security official told BuzzFeed News amid reports that one of the Paris attackers had entered Europe disguised as a refugee. http://www.buzzfeed.com/mikegiglio/paris-attacks-stoke-fears-of-refugees-and-thats-what-isis-wa
  5. Paris attacks raise questions about what French authorities knew and why they failed
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    “We were expecting something. We knew it was coming,” a Western diplomat told BuzzFeed News. www.buzzfeed.com/maxseddon/paris-attacks-raises-questions-about-what-french-authorities