Reign Of Islamic Terror In Paris: 140 Dead In Multiple Attacks

When serious and legitimate warnings are ignored, people end up dead.

What part of Islam’s brutal and bloody 1400 year history has not emphasises this point enough?

About 100 people have been killed at a Paris concert hall after a hostage situation during multiple attacks by suspected jihadists that have left another 40 people dead across the French capital, according to city officials.

Key points:

Multiple attacks across Paris kill at least 140 people, officials say

About 100 hostages killed after hostage situation at Bataclan concert hall, police say

40 others killed in shootings across Paris, explosions at football stadium

Eight militants killed, including four at Bataclan, investigation sources say

The Bataclan concert hall in eastern Paris was playing host to crowds who had turned out to see US rock band Eagles of Death Metal.

Gunmen and bombers also attacked busy restaurants and bars, and explosions were heard near a stadium in what a shaken French president Francois Hollande described as an unprecedented terrorist attack.

More than 200 people have been injured in the attacks, 80 seriously, a security source told AFP.

A witness inside the concert hall said black-clothed gunmen stormed the building and calmly fired AK-47s into the crowd.

Another witness said they heard one of the attackers shout in Arabic “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest), while another person said they heard a gunman blame France’s intervention in the Syrian civil war as the reason for the attack.

Several explosions were heard after a police assault of the venue got underway, with reports later emerging that four gunmen, each wearing explosive belts, died.

Three of the attackers blew themselves up while a fourth was hit by police fire and “blew up as he fell”, a source told AFP.

Eight militants in total were killed around Paris, including seven by their suicide belts, an AFP source said.

Earlier, at least 10 people were reportedly killed by a gunman at the Petit Cambodge restaurant, which is not far from the Bataclan concert hall.

And in the north of the city, at least five people were killed in three explosions near the Stade de France where France were playing Germany in an international football match, security sources said.

President Hollande was attending the match and had to be hastily evacuated.

A French radio reporter who was inside the Bataclan concert hall gave a harrowing account of the “10 horrific minutes” when gunmen entered and fired calmly and randomly at hundreds of screaming concertgoers.

“It was a bloodbath,” Julien Pierce, a reporter for France’s Europe 1 radio station, told CNN.

 French special forces evacuate people in Paris

“People yelled, screamed and everybody [was] lying on the floor, and it lasted for 10 minutes, 10 minutes, 10 horrific minutes where everybody was on the floor covering their heads.
“We heard so many gunshots and the terrorists were very calm, very determined and they reloaded three or four times their weapons and they didn’t shout anything. They didn’t say anything.”

Pierce recounted seeing 20 to 25 bodies on the floor and others very badly injured.
“My sister is in the Bataclan,” said Camille, 25. “I phoned her. She said they opened fire. And then she hung up.”

A city hall official said about 100 people were killed at the concert hall, while another 40 died at other locations around Paris.

Mr Hollande has declared a state of emergency for all of France and has closed the borders.

Several Metro lines in Paris have been closed and an additional 1,500 soldiers mobilised around the city.

Time and time again our warnings are ignored and rejected by Leftist fools.

Islam is demonic and the West will never tame it.

Jesus Christ is our only hope.


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