Parisian Who Lost Wife in Bataclan Attack Has Personal Approach for Defeating ISIS
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People place candles on November 20, 2015 on the water mirror on the esplanade of the Chateau des Ducs in Nantes, western France, to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks of November 13. Gunmen and suicide bombers went on a killing spree in Paris on November 13, attacking a concert hall, bars, restaurants and the Stade de France. Islamic State jihadists operating out of Iraq and Syria released a statement claiming responsibility for the coordinated attacks that killed 130 people and left more than 350 others injured. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD / AFP / JEAN-SEBASTIEN EVRARD
John Burger - published on 11/24/15 - updated on 06/08/17
Antoine Leiris among those answering jihadist hatred with hope and love
The love of your life was killed in a terrorist attack. What do you do?
Antoine Leiris lost his wife in the Friday the 13th attacks on Paris, and he knows one thing he will not do.