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Deadly terrorist attacks in Paris have prompted renewed debate about the Liberal government's intention to withdraw from airstrikes against the Islamic State, but some experts say there is little reason to rethink the plan.
And on Saturday, after Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility for attacks in France that killed at least 129 people — an "act of war," according to French President François Hollande — a senior official in Trudeau's office confirmed he hadn't changed his mind.
That's the right call, says Andrew Mack, a security expert and fellow at the One Earth Future Foundation.