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France Strikes Back With Aerial Assault on ISIS Stronghold

France has dropped 20 bombs on Syria – and this is just the beginning!

Mark Andrew





As the world mourned the loss of lives following the multiple terrorist attacks around the city of Paris last Friday, November 13, 2015, France President Francois Hollande decided to take swift action by declaring all all-out war against the Islamic State – the group responsible for the attack.

The day after the horrific incident, Hollande gave a speech at Bataclan, one of the sites attacked by the extremists, where he said, “We are going to lead a war which will be merciless.”

France bombared the city of Raqqa in Syria which is known to be an ISIS stronghold.

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The French forces wasted no time and immediately carried on the mission. On Sunday, November 15, 2015, 10 warplanes were sent to the city of Raqqa in Syria, the de facto hideout of ISIS. 20 bombs were dropped in the location during the first strike which resulted to damaging a command post, a terrorist recruitment center, a weapons warehouse, and a training camp.

Watch the CNN report of France’s revenge on Syria here:

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Bruno Tertrais, security expert and senior researcher for Foundation pour la Recherche Strategique (FRS) commented that France shouldn’t be alone in their efforts to destroy the extremist organization. He said:

“I believe it is now time for a united front in Europe and along with our NATO allies to see whether we can coordinate better and act more vigorously against the jihadi terrorist threat in all its components.”

Both Russia and the United States have expressed support for France.

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During an interview, US President Barack Obama noted:

“We stand in solidarity with France in hunting down the perpetrators of this crime and bringing them to justice.”

On the other hand, Vladimir Putin of Russia said that overcoming terrorism on a global scale can happen “if all the international community unites its efforts.”

It looks like hell is coming to ISIS territory soon. This is what you get for messing with France.


H/T: TheMaharlikan, GMANetwork

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Heroic Father Sacrificed His Life to Save Countless Families in Twin Suicide Bombing

The death toll could have been higher if he didn’t tackle the suicide bomber to the ground.

Ann Moises



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Adel Termos, the courageous father who sacrificed his life to save others


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It’s heartwarming to see countries standing up for each other during difficult times.

Mark Andrew



Following the horrific Paris terrorist attack that claimed 158 lives, the city’s iconic monument Eiffel Tower turned off its lights in tribute of the victims.

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The iconic Eiffel Tower went dark in memory of the victims of the Paris terrorist attack.

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ISIS Declares War Against the Vatican, All Christians

The terrorist group is bent on wreaking havoc all over the world.

Faye Williams



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The feature he wrote has a pretty straightforward title: "ISIS declares war on the Vatican, and Says, 'Muslims will be at war with the Roman Christians.'"


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