Paris Attacks an ‘Act of War’ by ISIL: French President
Posted by feww on November 14, 2015
Carnage in Paris
– Update –
The worst carnage in Paris since WWII has left nearly 130 people dead and more than 200 wounded including dozens in critical condition. The death toll is expected to rise, authorities said.
France’s President Francois Hollande has declared a national state of emergency and closed its borders.
He said the attacks, carried out by [at least] eight gunmen and suicide bombers, were “organized and planned from outside,” and vowed to “be pitiless” to the terrorists.
Pope has also condemned Paris attacks as “inhuman,” calling them the latest part in “piecemeal World War III.”
Meanwhile, a Syrian passport has allegedly been found next to one of the dead suicide bombers at the Stad de France football stadium in Saint-Denis, French media reported. [“It’s déjà vu all over again!”]
It’s unclear whether the suicide apparatus the terrorists used were self-operated, or remote-controlled.
As expected, the corporate media, and their security experts, have already “bundled” the attacks in Paris with the downing of the Russian airliner over Sinai Desert, blaming the ISIL terrorists [locally known as “daesh”] for both incidents.
ISIL has reportedly released a statement saying “eight brothers wearing explosive belts and carrying assault rifles” had carried out the multiple attacks on “carefully chosen” targets in a response to France’s involvement in the airstrikes against its bases in Syria and Iraq.
[The Saturday attacks in Paris would have required many months of planning, experts say, while the French military carried out its first airstrikes against ISIL in Syria on September 27, 2015. Further, ISIL terrorists are usually known for their brutality, not necessarily their stupidity. By claiming responsibility for the Paris massacres, they have surely signed their own death warrants. Editor]
MSM have reported ISIL also claiming responsibility for the twin bombings in the suburbs of Beirut earlier this week that killed at least 43 people and left more than 200 others wounded.