- Nov. 13 2015
- 130 Killed
- 350 Wounded
On Friday, November 13, 2015, ISIS gunmen and suicide bombers carried out the deadliest attacks on French soil since World War II. Multiple locations throughout Paris, cafes, restaurants, the national soccer stadium, and the Bataclan concert hall, were all brutally targeted, leaving 130 people dead and 350 injured. The attacks resulted in heightened security measures being adopted in France and throughout Europe. One year later, however, ISIS continues to use the power of the Internet, social media platforms, and messaging applications to inspire and organize French residents to commit acts of terror.Learn More
Who Was Responsible
There were more than a dozen ISIS operatives who were involved directly and indirectly in the November 2015 Paris attacks. Key ISIS operatives involved in the attacks were:
Suspected coordinator of the Paris attacks.
Abu Suleyman al-Firansi
One of the alleged coordinators of the Paris attacks, reportedly ordered the attacks from ISIS-controlled territory in Syria.
Reportedly served as the go-between for ISIS in Syria and operatives on the ground.
Implicated in an attack attempt at Stade de France who managed to flee the country to neighboring Belgium.
Implicated in aiding the Paris attacks cell before later being implicated in the March attacks in Brussels.
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