By Kate Barton
On Friday, November 13, six terrorist attacks of shootings and bombings were carried out in Paris by the terrorist group ISIS. Locations include restaurants, the Stade de France, and a concert hall. For many, this terrorist attack resembles 9/11. The death rate is lower, but the malicious intent is the same. The death count now is at least 127, all civilians.
Videos are available from witnesses of the attacks of the bloody massacres and their effects. Seven of the terrorists have been killed so far. Other suspects are being pursued. ISIS has twice taken responsibility for the attacks. French president Francois Hollande has vowed revenge. Attacks are already being carried out against ISIS in Syria by France.
Obama has since agreed to send further troops to combat ISIS. The terror of this organization continues, ensuring their view as a definite threat. Many countries will likely be needed to defeat ISIS, and many are willing.