This is a remembrance studio about everything that happened during the Paris attack. Get the word spread and #PrayforParis ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤
I did have a friend that lived around that area and currently I'm not sure if he's ok... This is also another big reason why I decided to make this studio. I hope he's alright.. :(
Be sure to read everything. It's really important and it will show some respect to those who have passed away because of this incident.
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It is only in unity does mankind stand strongest. To bash him at the knees does not differ to bash ones own. We will and shall here today, Stand as one.
- Miner146 (In Unity doth we stand)
If we don't end war, war will end us
- H.G. Wells
The attacks during a normal, busy Friday night included a mass shooting at a concert hall, several shootings at bars and restaurants, and several bomb detonations, including more than one near France’s national stadium, where a soccer match between the French and German national teams was in progress.
The sites of the attacks (In Paris)
Around 10pm, the worst single attack out of all of them, around 87 people died when a person with a gun entered a large concert hall in the 11th arrondissement, where an American band, Eagles of Death Metal, were playing. The venue has capacity of 1,500 and was sold out. People who were at the concert or around there described the attackers as unmasked and young men, and they also said that they made concertgoers lie on the floor before opening fire on them.
French police stormed the building around midnight. At least one report from someone who escaped said the gunmen spoke to hostages, telling them that the attack was a response to France’s military interventions in Syria. France joined the US in airstrikes against ISIL in Syria in September, and announced this month it was sending an aircraft carrier to fight ISIL.
Stade de France
At about 9:20pm an explosion detonated near the French national stadium, where a soccer match between the French and German national teams was in progress. A second blast was heard 10 minutes later, and a third 20 minutes after that. Hollande, who was at the match, was quickly evacuated. No one apart from the bombers appear to have died in the blasts.
At least one attacker had a ticket to the game, and was reportedly stopped by security from entering the stadium, prompting him to detonate his explosives. According to the Wall Street Journal, a second bomber blew himself up outside the stadium, shortly thereafter, and a third attacker detonated explosives at a nearby McDonald’s.
La Belle Equipe
Le Monde reported that a gunman opened fire on the crowded terrace of a restaurant on the corner of Rue Faidherbe and Rue de Charonne, killing 19 people.
Le Petit Cambodge and Le Carrillon
Several gunmen opened fire at Le Petit Cambodge, a Cambodian restaurant on rue Bichat, in the the trendy Canal Saint Martin neighborhood. Eleven people were killed, the AP reported, citing a police officials. Patrons of a nearby bar, Le Carrillon, were also injured in the shooting.
Five people were killed by an explosion near this pizzeria on the rue de la Fontaine au Roi.
This was one of the worst attacks that happened in Europe (after 2008) and let us all pray to the ones that have been killed in this treachery event. #PrayforParis
<Credit to CNN for the information>