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20 October, 15:05

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In 2015, attackers targeted six locations throughout Paris,

France, using assault rifles and explosives to kill 130

people and wound hundreds more. The Islamic State of

Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attacks, promising further bloodshed if France didn't

suspend airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria.

Why were the Paris attacks considered an act of terrorism?

A. The attackers used violence to create fear in an attempt to change

French policy

B. The attackers agreed with the decision to continue airstrikes

against ISIS targets in Syria.

C. The attackers committed their crimes in a major European city.

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D. The attackers attempted to destroy the people of one entire

nationality

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  1. 20 October, 15:22
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    The Paris attacks were considered an act of terrorism because A. The attackers used violence to create fear in attempt to change french policy.

    Explanation:

    There was a series of terrorist attacks in ""Paris"" in November 2015. ISIL took the responsibility for these attacks and they did it in retaliation of the French air strikes on ""ISIL targets"" in Syria and Iraq.

    One person who had converted to Islam, was a computer technician. He killed four people in his office. He was shot dead later in the attack.

    France was on ""high alert"" after a long time after the attacks. These were the most dangerous attacks France had faced.
  2. 20 October, 15:51
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    A. The attackers used violence to create fear in attempt to change french policy

    Explanation:

    The attacks were to protect other terrorists group members and more of the attacks were promised as a threat unless the Frech called off the airstrikes, further more evidence includes the fact that there were targeted locations and the use of bombs confirm that it was a terrorist attack
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