Photos show ‘From Paris, With Love’ scrawled on US missiles Bound for ISIS Terrorists
- Photos on social media appear to show revenge messages on U.S. bombs
- The message ‘From Paris, With Love’ is written across Hellfire missiles
- The U.S. is preparing to launch strikes at ISIS strongholds in Syria and Iraq
- France carried out ‘massive’ airstrikes on Raqqa following Friday’s attacks
Emotive photographs of the message ‘From Paris, With Love’ daubed on American bombs nad missiles bound for ISIS strongholds have emerged on social media.
The photographs appear to show the message scrawled over the Hellfire missiles and JDAM bombs in an act of solidarity for those affected by the Paris attacks.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the atrocities on Friday night, during which members of the public were mercilessly slaughtered in a series of shootings and suicide blasts.
The message, in the unverified photographs, has apparently been written by members of the U.S. military.
Leaving graffiti messages aimed for those targeted by missiles has been a U.S. military tradition since the Second World War.
The U.S. is preparing to launch strikes at ISIS strongholds in Syria and Iraq, although the exact target is not known.
At least 129 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks in the French capital on Friday night, which struck at five separate locations.
President Francoise Hollande told his people that the attacks were ‘an act of war’, and the French dropped 20 bombs on the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria on Sunday night in retaliation.
French fighter jets carried out a series of ‘massive’ airstrikes on Raqqa, destroying a key ISIS command centre and a training camp in Syria.
Twelve aircraft, including 10 fighter jets, dropped the bombs in the biggest air strikes since France extended its bombing campaign against the extremist group to Syria in September, the defense ministry said.
The jets launched from sites in Jordan and the Persian Gulf, in coordination with U.S. forces.
France dispatched warplanes to Syria dropping 20 bombs
Foreign minister Laurent Fabius said France had the ‘legitimacy’ to take action against ISIS after the terror attacks in Paris.
French police have also seized a rocket launcher and a huge cache of weapons in Lyon, after they launched a series of coordinated anti-terrorism raids across the country this morning.
Heavily armed tactical units launched pre-dawn raids at addresses in Toulouse, Lyon, Grenoble, Calais and two suburbs of Paris.
A rocket launcher, flak jackets, several
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