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The Terror Attacks At Paris Were ‘An Act Of War’, Says President Hollande


11/16/2015


The President of France sees the attacks as “an act of war” while the ISIS claims responsibility of the terror and swears to destroy “the enemies of Allah”.



Following the “deadly attacks” that took place in Paris on Friday the 13th November 2015, sources “close” to the investigation crew reported that a “Syrian passport” was found beside the dead body of “one of the suicide bombers” who caused the explosion by blowing themselves up “near a Paris soccer stadium”.
 
ISIS or the Islamic State has “claimed” that it was the masterminds behind the attacks, whereby it killed around one hundred twenty seven innocent people under the Parisian sky. Moreover, the ISIS declared that “militants strapped with suicide bombing belts” were its agent, while some of them even carried “machine guns to various locations in the heart of the capital” before the blasts occurred.
 
The president of France maintained that the said attacks was nothing less than “an act of war” whereby they were designed to send a message to France which stated that the “danger” would brood upon the city “as long as” France stayed fixed on “its current policies”, remarked ISIS. The said statement goes like this:
"To teach France, and all nations following its path, that they will remain at the top of Islamic State's list of targets, and that the smell of death won't leave their noses as long as they partake in their crusader campaign”.
 
While, Francois Hollande, the President of France stated that “the violence” even though “organized from abroad by Islamic State” had sought “internal help”. Furthermore, the President hinted at a follow up of “appropriate action”; although no explanations were given when he said:
"Faced with war, the country must take appropriate action”.
 
The attacks were launched at various location of Paris which included “a stadium, concert hall and cafes and restaurants in northern and eastern Paris”. “Daesh” being the Arabic acronym of the Islamic States, seems to have clearly been the designing hand behind the devastation, whereby Mr. Hollande points finger at the ISIS and asserts that there has been internal help involved in this “act of war (which was) committed by Daesh that was prepared, organized and planned from outside (of France)”.
 
On the following early morning of the attacks, a video was “redistributed” by the ISIS, the said video footage was first circulated in the net about “a year ago”, whereby the content was a threat to France, which would remain a target, for its continued involvement in the “bombings of its fighters”.
 
As per report, Al-Hayat Media Centre being the “foreign media arm” of the ISIS reached out to the French Muslims through “several militants” in order to summon the former “to carry out attacks”. A French militant, who was “identified as Abu Maryam”, stated:
"As long as you keep bombing you will not live in peace. You will even fear traveling to the market”.
 
While, Hollande maintained that “the attacks were ‘an act of war’”, another French militant informed:
"There are weapons and cars available and targets ready to be hit. Even poison is available, so poison the water and food of at least one of the enemies of Allah."






References:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/
 







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