I honestly think that all of the Paris nonsense is a little far-fetched. Of course it is terrible what happened and it shouldn't have even happened but I do find it a little corruptive how an attack (small scale compared to others) is only shown on main-stream media when it is in a first world country.
You do all realise that Africa has terrorist attacks almost every single day right? I didn't think so, where is your African Facebook picture?
You know that Palestine is in the middle of a corruptive war that quite possibly has the chance of getting even bigger? But it is okay, right? Because they are the terrorist?
Even the day before Paris was hit other places where too, did you here about them or get a pretty Facebook picture to "support" them? I didn't think so.
But what happened is terrible, but all I am saying is that you should look further than what you are told.
First of all, most of what you said is very true. I'd like to acknowledge that.
However, there are a couple reasons why the public outcry is a lot larger than it is for a lot of the examples you mentioned.
1. We have a written treaty with France, called the NATO, which states that any attack on their soil means that we treat it as if it is an attack on our soil. That means that if what is happening continues, we might go to war, which impacts all of our lives DIRECTLY. All these things you mentioned about terrorism and war happening in these smaller countries are indirect issues that the general public tends not to associate with itself.
2. France is also able to spread information about what is happening and have it mean more to people around the world, because it is an easily recognizable first world country with a lot of money that pretty much everyone knows something about. I doubt most people could point to Palestine on a map.
Regardless, comparing tragedy to tragedy isn't really something we should be doing. Death is death is death, and we should do all that we can to stop this from happening in the future and give support to the families who have lost their brothers/sisters/husbands/wives/sons/daughters/etc..
Side note, Anonymous officially announced that they are waging war against ISIS today. They tread the neutral ground between good and not so good at times, but this move has gotten them bonus points in my book.