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Islamic State releases video threatening more attacks on France

Islamic State releases video threatening more attacks on France
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris. The terrorist group released a video threatening more assaults if the country continues to bomb its positions.

The video emerges just hours after gunmen and bombers killed more than 120 people in the French capital.

A bearded militant in the video says that while the allied forces continue bombing IS positions, they will never be safe.

The video is undated and was released on Saturday via Islamic State’s foreign media arm, the Al-Hayat Media Center.

Islamic State terrorists are also urging Muslims who can’t travel to Syria to conduct deadly attacks in France.

The militants are calling on the Muslim population in the country to fight the "infidels” adding there are arms and “poison” available, and targets terrorists should hit.

French President Francois Hollande has said the attacks in Paris that left 127 people killed were "an act of war" organized from abroad by Islamic State with internal help.

Hollande added he would address parliament on Monday in an extraordinary meeting, and the country would observe three days of official mourning.

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