Paris attacks: ISIS releases video, militant says no peace in France as long as bombing continues

Police forensic experts work on the scene of one the shootings that took place in Paris at the Cafe Comptoir Voltaire.
Police forensic experts work on the scene of one the shootings that took place in Paris at the Cafe Comptoir Voltaire.PHOTO: EPA

CAIRO (Reuters) - The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) released an undated video on Saturday (Nov 14) threatening to attack France if bombings of its fighters continue, a day after gunmen and bombers killed at least 120 people in Paris.

The group's foreign media arm, Al-Hayat Media Centre, made the threat through a militant who called on French Muslims to carry out attacks.

"As long as you keep bombing you will not live in peace. You will even fear traveling to the market," said the bearded Arabic-speaking militant, flanked by other fighters.

He also urged Muslims who are unable to travel to Syria to wage holy war to carry out attacks in France.

"Indeed you have been ordered to fight the infidel wherever you find him - what are you waiting for? There are weapons and cars available and targets ready to be hit," he said in the video.

"Even poison is available, so poison the water and food of at least one of the enemies of Allah."