The terrorist organisation have claimed responsibility
Andrew Trendell

11:46 14th November 2015

After the atrocious events in Paris, ISIS have issued a statement taking responsibility for the killing of over 100 people at an Eagles Of Death Metal at the Bataclan last night (13 November).

There were a spate of attacks across Paris, including at a football match at the Stade De France and a busy bar and restaurant - but the highest death toll was at Eagles Of Death Metal show at the Bataclan, where around 120 were killed in shootings and explosions before a hostage seige

Police then stormed the venue, killing two of the terrorists and freeing the survivors.

Now, The Metro reports that terrorist organisation ISIS have taken responsibility - sickeningly describing the victims as 'idolators together for a party of perversity':

"Eight brothers carrying explosive belts and guns targeted areas in the heart of the French capital that were specifically chosen in advance: the Stade de France during a match against Germany which that imbecile François Hollande was attending; the Bataclan where hundreds of idolaters were together in a party of perversity as well as other targets in the 10th, 11th and 18th arrondissement," say ISIS.

"France and those who follow its path must know that they remain the principle targets of the Islamic State."

Most of the band were reportedly safe after the gig - but issued a statement to say that they were still unaware of the well-being and whereabouts of all of the band and crew.

Afterwards, Madonna, Muse, The Libertines and Ariana Grande were among those from the music world to lead the tributes and show solidarity with Paris.

U2, Deftones and many more have since cancelled shows in Paris amid safety concerns.

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