Monday, December 14, 2015

Last month, the world was stunned when ISIS launched a devastating terrorist attack in Paris that left 130 people dead. Over the weekend, Paris found itself targeted by ISIS for another terrorist attack once again.

According to Mad World News, this attack occurred at the Jean Perrin kindergarten school in the Aubervilliers, Seine-Saint-Denis suburb of Paris, France. Police say the suspect walked into the school unarmed wearing a white t-shirt, gloves, and a mask, and was then able to find weapons inside the building.

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The attacker reportedly approached a 45 year-old male teacher and stabbed him in the neck and side, telling terrified witnesses that he had been sent by ISIS (aka Daesh) and that this was a “warning” of things to come. His exact words were, “This is Daesh. This is a warning.”

Since Daesh is a derogatory word for ISIS, police are questioning whether the man was actually sent by the terrorist group. He is currently still on the run, and police are searching for him.

ISIS states that teachers are “enemies of Allah” and teaching secularism is “in open war against the Muslim family,” so it’s very believable that they would target a non-Muslim school.


After the attack, France’s Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem announced that additional protection is being sent to schools throughout France. She said this threat is “real and permanent,” and she added that “all public places deserve protection, particularly schools.”

“We will continue to reinforce security measures at schools in a context where schools feel threatened,” she concluded.

Please keep France in your prayers as they continue to be viciously targeted by ISIS.

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