Death Toll From Savage Attacks In Paris Skyrockets To Over 100 (UPDATING)
The horrifying terrorist attacks that rocked Paris on Friday night continue to reveal a grim tale of unspeakable savagery. Previous reports stated that there were approximately 40 innocent people murdered during the barbaric rampage in as many as seven different locations.
One of the atrocious scenes of brutality was the Bataclan concert hall where terrorists held hostages. Sadly, I must report that as many as 100 of the hostages at the Eagles of Death Metal were executed and witnesses claim that there were so many dead bodies it looked like a horror movie. Witnesses described that the sadistic killers shouted “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest) as they shot into the crowd.
Fox News reported that one of the terrorists was arrested and he claimed that he was from Syria and recruited for this operation for ISIS.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 13, 2015
#BREAKING: Four attackers dead in Bataclan hostage situation. Three detonated suicide bombs, police tell BFM-TV.
— Grasswire Now (@GrasswireNow) November 14, 2015
Graphic footage shows the bloody victims in a Les Halle’s shopping centre in central Paris.
— Myteks Media Labs (@myteks) November 14, 2015
— Özil (@DailyMesut) November 13, 2015
Aftermath of the destruction from one of the attacks.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 14, 2015
French President Hollande has declared a State of Emergency for the entire country of France and has closed the borders. The State of Emergency in France means that police may go house to house and enter/search homes without permission.
Paris has a mandatory curfew.
Paris, the City of Lights, has issued its first mandatory curfew since 1944 during World War 2…
— Mentality Mag (@MentalityMag) November 13, 2015
#BREAKING French President Hollande says will fight attackers 'without mercy'
— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 14, 2015
— The Daily Telegraph (@dailytelegraph) November 14, 2015
BREAKING: Paris prosecutor says 5 attackers may be dead in attacks across city.
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 14, 2015
— UN Spokesperson (@UN_Spokesperson) November 13, 2015
Tremendous video of thousands of people singing the French national anthem as they exit the Stade de France in Paris.
Beautiful video shows thousands of people singing French national anthem as they exit the Stade de France in Paris pic.twitter.com/QayDIXCnud
— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) November 14, 2015
The United States showed their solidarity with France by lighting up the Empire State Building and the Freedom Tower with the colors of French flag.
— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) November 14, 2015
— Henry Thoreau (@Thoreau_H_D) November 14, 2015