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Gorka on Paris: Caution Necessary, But Don't Surrender to Terrorists

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By    |   Wednesday, 09 Aug 2017 10:34 AM

Attacks such as the one in Paris that left six antiterror unit soldiers injured are continuing to happen, as jihadi groups have called for such attacks on what they call "infidels," Sebastian Gorka, a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, said Wednesday.

"We have to be cautious of course," Gorka told Fox News' "Fox & Friends," but stressed it's important not to give in to terrorists.

"We'll not surrender to the evil that is modern global jihadism," said Gorka. "Be sensible, have a tactical awareness on what is going around you ... if you see something suspicious, you have to tell somebody."

The driver's motive was not clear, but officials said he intentionally hit the soldiers, who are part of security forces guarding France over the past year after a string of extremist attacks in 2015.

Three of the soldiers suffered serious injuries, but their lives are not in danger, the French Defense Ministry said. The other three had slight injuries.

The idea that reporting suspicious incidents could leave people being labeled as "Islamophobic" has to end, Gorka said.

"If the people in San Bernardino had reported their neighbors doing suspicious activities, those 14 people might be alive today. Don't go around staring at your home all the time and if you see something suspicious, report it," he commented.

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Attacks such as the one in Paris that left six anti-terror unit soldiers injured are continuing to happen, as jihadi groups have called for such attacks on what they call "infidels," Sebastian Gorka, a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, said Wednesday.
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