Theater of Horror: Chilling Video Emerges of ISIS Attack in Paris, Band Ducks Amid Gun Fire

Grisly blood-laden photos are now emerging in the wake of the Paris atrocity carried out by ISIS terrorists. At the Bataclan Theatre, where most of the carnage occurred, a video was taken of the first shots being fired and the drummer ducking for cover, while one of the guitarists fled the stage. All of the band members survived the ordeal. 89 fans were not so fortunate. It is now being said one of the shooters was a woman and one was possibly as young as 15. They declared this was for Hollande’s interference in Syria. They had 1,000 people lie on the floor and shot them 2 and 3 at a time, pausing to ratchet up the terror and reload. People crawled over one another to get away. There was blood pooling thickly all over the floor and there were corpses everywhere. It was literally a theater of horror.

New video shows that when the gunfire erupts, the band's drummer can be seen diving down behind his drum kit for cover.

New video shows that when the gunfire erupts, the band’s drummer can be seen diving down behind his drum kit for cover.

From the Daily Mail:

A harrowing image has emerged from inside the Bataclan theatre where terrorists opened fire on concertgoers on Friday night – killing at least 89 people and injuring dozens, possibly hundreds, more.

The photograph, taken in the wake of the attack, details the blood stained interior of the concert hall where bodies remain lying on the ground and the floor is still covered in debris.

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It comes as new footage shows the moment the members of U.S. rock band Eagles of Death Metal stopped their performance midway through a song when the gunfire broke out.

The violence at the Bataclan unfolded as part of a series of co-ordinated ISIS attacks across the heart of Paris on Friday evening in the worst violence to strike France since the Second World War.

At least 129 people are dead, and another 352 injured, after the three teams of jihadis struck the Stade de France football stadium, a handful of bars and cafes, and then finally the Bataclan concert hall.

Harrowing footage of the moment the jihadis opened fire at the Bataclan concert hall has also emerged. In the video, the band’s drummer and two guitarists can be seen on the darkened stage, illuminated only by the light show underway.

Suddenly, gunfire erupts.

What sounds like a loud popping noise – which survivors later said they mistook for fireworks – breaks out to the band’s left. They instantly stop playing as the horror of what is unfolding before them sinks in.

One of the guitarists then flees the stage, while the drummer jumps down behind his drum kit for cover. All band members have since been confirmed safe and accounted for by a US official.


Pierre Janaszak, a radio presenter who was at the concert, said: ‘They didn’t stop firing. There was blood everywhere, corpses everywhere. Everyone was trying to flee.’

He added: ‘I clearly heard them say “It’s the fault of Hollande, it’s the fault of your president, he should not have intervened in Syria”.’

On the second day after the worst terror attack in French history it has emerged:

French police are hunting for two gunmen on the run after Friday’s attacks and an ISIS bombmaker likely to have made the suicide vests.

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One of Bataclan suspects was found carrying Syrian passport under the name Ahmed Almuhamed who travelled to France as a migrant through Greece. Ferry tickets reveal he travelled with another man named as Mohammed Almuhamed.

Frenchman Omar Ismaël Mostefai, 29, also named as a Bataclan suicide bomber who was identified by his severed finger. Mostefai’s father, a brother and other family members have been held and are being questioned.

Bataclan survivors claim that one of the four shooters was a woman.

Seven people were detained in Belgium linked to the atrocities – three at the border and four in Brussels

Serbian media claims Ahmed Almuhamed, 25, whose Syrian passport was found on the body of a suicide bomber, allegedly blew himself up at the Bataclan concert hall, where at least 89 people were slaughtered on Friday.

The newspaper, Blic, claims Almuhamed arrived with another of the bombers in Europe on the Greek island of Leros on October 3 on his way to Paris. Greek website Protothema have published ferry tickets showing the name of a second man, Mohammed Almuhamed, who could be a relation.

Survivors have claimed that a woman was among the group shooting randomly into the crowd at the Eagles of Death Metal gig before three blew themselves up and a fourth person was shot dead by police before they could detonate their bomb.

At least 129 people died in Paris on Friday night after eight terrorists, including one as young as 15, attacked the Stade de France, restaurants and the packed Bataclan concert hall armed with AK-47s, grenades and wearing suicide vests.

One of the attackers has been named locally as homegrown terrorist Omar Ismaël Mostefai, 29, from Courcouronnes, Paris. The petty criminal was known to police as a radical and identified by the fingerprint on a severed digit found after he detonated his suicide belt.

It is believed two of the bombers were carrying Syrian passports. At least two others are believed to be French while several could also be Belgian.

The disclosure that some may have entered Europe as migrants, which came amid claims of French intelligence failures, inevitably raises new security concerns about the safety of Europe’s borders.

Meanwhile the black Seat Leon used by the terrorists who murdered diners outside the Casa Nostra pizza restaurant and the La Belle Équipe cafe has been found abandoned 20 minutes away in Montreuil with a cache of weapons inside.

Police are believed to be looking for two suspects on the run as well as the ISIS bombmaker likely to be hiding in France or Europe.

ISIS has now claimed responsibility for the attacks across Paris, saying ‘eight brothers wearing explosive belts and carrying assault rifles’ conducted a ‘blessed attack on… Crusader France’.


The attacks began at 8.17pm GMT when a thunderous bang rose above the singing of football fans at the Stade de France. Fans, unaware of what caused the sound, continued cheering.

Police said the suicide bomber had detonated his explosives outside the stadium, hoping it would trigger a stampede of crowds which two subsequent suicide bombers in the area would target. Although they also detonated their vests, only one person was killed.

Around eight minutes later, gunmen across town started their assaults on popular bars and cafes. Here they opened fire at the following sites: Le Petit Cambodge, La Casa Nostra, Le Carillon Bar, Belle Equipe Bar, and Comptoir Voltaire.

More than 30 people were killed in these attacks, in a mixture of shootings and one suicide bombing.

But the deadliest attack occurred last, at the Bataclan, where at 8.49pm the gunmen stormed the hall and began indiscriminately shooting members of the crowd.

The 150-year-old music hall was sold out for the Eagles Of Death Metal concert, who had been on stage for an hour when four young men burst into the auditorium with AK-47s blazing. The men ordered the 1,000-strong audience to lie on the floor.

One shouted in French: ‘What you are doing in Syria, you are going to pay for it now.’ Another cried: ‘This is for Syria.’ Then, aiming their weapons, they issued short bursts of fire, killing two or three people at a time.
Survivors would speak later of the unspeakable terror, of people crawling on top of each other, covering their heads, whispering prayers. For ten minutes, the gunmen slowly picked off their victims as they lay face-down, deliberately pausing for a minute every so often, raising the already appalling sense of dread.

‘They shot, recharged their guns, and shot again,’ said one man.

Some of the spectators managed to flee from back exits, but for minutes the gunmen shot unimpeded.

Meanwhile, the first Jihadi suicide bomber named in connection with the terrorist attacks is Omar Ismail Mostefai, who was identified by his finger. The digit was found among the carnage of the Bataclan, where the 29-year-old was one of three men who blew himself up.

Born on 21 November 1985, in the Paris suburb of Courcouronnes, Mostefai’s criminal record shows eight convictions for petty crimes between 2004 and 2010.

Although he had never spent any time in jail, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Mostefai had been picked out as a high-priority target for radicalisation in 2010.

But before Friday, Mostefai had ‘never been implicated in an investigation or a terrorist association’.
Investigators are now investigating claims that he went to Syria last year, and may have spent time with ISIS terrorists.

Mostefai’s father and 34-year-old brother were arrested on Saturday night and their homes were searched.


The brother, one of four boys in the family along with two sisters, turned himself in to police after learning Mostefai was involved in the attacks.

129 are now dead and the authorities are still searching for two gunmen and a bomb maker. Hollande is thinking of calling out NATO and invoking the doctrine that if one member is attacked, all are attacked. He is on the verge of escalating World War III in Syria over this. I’m not sure I blame him. At least two of the attackers had Syrian passports and were part of the refugee influx. These people were sheep to the slaughter. They had no way to protect themselves. When people are not armed and can’t fight back, this is what happens… a bloodbath. Seven people were just arrested in Belgium; three on the border, four in Brussels. My sources told me yesterday that as many as 19 planners escaped. This isn’t the end of this folks, this is intermission. The next act will unfold shortly as ISIS is threatening more attacks on France, Germany, Britain, Rome and the United States.

One of the guitarists then turns and flees the stage, while a second guitarist stays motionless, seemingly unable to register what's occurring before him.

One of the guitarists then turns and flees the stage, while a second guitarist stays motionless, seemingly unable to register what’s occurring before him.


A photograph of the attack at the concert hall on Friday night reveals the bloody horror of what unfolded when terrorists opened fire on the crowd of concertgoers.

A photograph of the attack at the concert hall on Friday night reveals the bloody horror of what unfolded when terrorists opened fire on the crowd of concertgoers.






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