By Miriam Raftery
Photo: #PrayforParis, Twitter
November 15, 2015 (San Diego) – In the aftermath of the worst bombings in Paris since World War II, eight coordinated attacks Friday that killed at least 129 people and wounded hundreds more, France has launched massive air strikes against ISIS in Syria, NBC reports. The air strikes reportedly destroyed an ISIS command post, arms depot and terrorist training camp.
ISIS, or the Islamic State, claimed responsibility for Saturday’s attacks, calling them the “first of the storm,” according to a New York Times article. ISIS indicated the attacks were retaliation for French forces supporting a U.S.-led coalition against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Meanwhile, people around the world have taken to social media to show solidarity with France.