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Richard Dawkins
This is terrible news. One of the world's outstanding architectural treasures. 
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J. Jonah. Jameson 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
It is indeed sad that something of that level of historical value has been lost, as for the religious sides of it...well... I cant quite bring myself to feel bad for the Catholic Church, who built said buildings off the loot they stole from others.
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Jerry 15 Apr 19
Who, pray, did the Catholic church steal from exactly to build Notre Dame?
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gramma J 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
It is sad. It reminds me of th loss of the giant Buddha statues. It is art that can never be replaced.
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EAGM. 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Im atheist too, and I don't care about the religious part of it, but the architectural, art, cultural, historical of the cathedral. It's sad to watch it burn. PS: some mosques are also beautiful master works of art too.
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Johnny Alive 17 Apr 19
Replying to @sgx24 @RichardDawkins
I agree. Being an atheist doesn’t prevent me from appreciating a beautiful temple, a sorrowful requiem, or haunting adhan. Religion has created buildings and artworks of profound beauty
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sam 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Stone and timber catch fire and the whole world takes note yet are happy to turn a blind eye to the destruction of our planet, humans are by nature delusional
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Heavenly Kim Jong-il 16 Apr 19
Religious beliefs especially so.
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Sean Wilson 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Hear hear Richard. Even those of us with no faith can and should appreciate the loss of architectural, engineering and artistic endeavour that created this magnificent, man-made structure.
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William Bennett 15 Apr 19
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Indeed - a truly impressive structure. Regardless of the reasons for its construction, it is a testament to humanity's quest for technological progress. The loss transcends religious views. Atheists & Catholics alike are saddened tonight, along with most of the world.
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John Wyllie 15 Apr 19
Everything after 'think' was redundant.
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