Islamic State supporters have taken to Twitter to gloat about the coordinated attacks on Paris Friday night. Supporters of the terror group are using the hashtag #ParisBurns to celebrate the terrible attacks attacks in several locations across the French capital.
O crusaders we are coming to you With bombs and rifles Wait for us #باريس_تشتعل #prayforparis
— عزف الرصاص (@azve76) November 13, 2015
Insha Allah brothers purge the western pig #باريس_تشتعل pic.twitter.com/MACk5mxbCn
— Clementine Stalin (@ClemStalDim) November 13, 2015
Allah akbar Yasterday night And to night There is very big big different To night is very good night just my light is ON #باريس_تشتعل — Aqill al somali (@aqill41) November 13, 2015
OK, u killed dozens of us & your planes bombed our country’s! Just like you kill us, we will kill you. #باريس_تشتعل
— أحمد آلـ عبدالقادر (@ahmdv61) November 13, 2015
Many on Twitter have been monitoring ISIS supporters using the same hashtags, condemning them for celebrating the deaths of so many innocent people.
#ISIS celebrating #ParisAttacks with the hashtag #باريس_تشتعل . Time to wage full-scale war against this EVIL. Wipe them out!! #Paris — Pam I Am (@thepamsullivan) November 13, 2015
Attacks have been reported in six different locations across Paris, according to Fox News. At least 60 people have reportedly been killed and many more have been wounded.
Multiple reports indicate that there have been attacks at 6 different locations. #Paris https://t.co/Xf7nZwkplk pic.twitter.com/J5Rihc0NBF
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 13, 2015
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