ISIS threatens France in video, urges attacks

Published 14.11.2015 12:25

The ISIS terror organization released an undated video on Saturday urging Muslims who are unable to travel to Syria to wage "holy" war to carry out attacks in France, a day after gunmen and bombers killed 127 people in Paris.

The group's foreign media arm, Al-Hayat Media Center, made the threat through a militant who called on French Muslims to carry out attacks.

The video threatened to attack France and disrupt daily life due to the country's participation in anti-ISIS coalition's airstrikes.

On Saturday, French President François Hollande pointed to ISIS in regards to deadly attacks and said that this "act of war" that was organized "from abroad" with help from "inside France."

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