The messenger (SAW) said:
My dear brothers and sisters, we live in trying times and are witnessing days of hardship as frequent as we see our families – May Allāh protect us! Āmīn. What follows are a few words of caution for you to consider.
In Islam life is sacred and murder will always be condemned, irrespective of time and place. We stand in solidarity with the families, friends and loved ones of every innocent soul that has been killed in Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Burma, CAR, Sri Lanka, France, Britain and every place on the planet. Our Lord says in the Qur’ān:
‘Whoever kills an innocent person it is as though he has killed humanity.’ 
A comment by someone in reference to the disaster in Paris or any other disaster should not be interpreted as the speaker or writer being oblivious or insensitive of the atrocities that are committed in other lands. THIS does not necessitate THAT, and doubting the intentions of others is not praiseworthy in the Sharīʿah.
I know there is a lot of emotion floating around and Muslims are constantly being battered and targeted without justice; this does not help these emotions settle; I relate to that. All I am saying is that we need to be a little more mature and wise and never forget that there is always a bigger picture that transcends the realm of the ‘self’. Everything we say and do has a cost and a consequence.
Just read the alJazeera article in the news regarding sister Farkhunda Malikzada who was beaten and burnt only because she spoke out against amulets.
The article actually says that she went up to a man selling amulets to advise him against it, and in turn, he angered people against her by telling them she was burning the Qur’an.
Allahul Musta’aan (Allah Almighty is enought for us).