The recent attack by ISIS on Paris was more of an attack on humanity. Adding to the series of 9/11 and 26/11, 13/11 came up as a black day for the whole world. This was also a warning alarm to UN which is now required to take the strictmost action against the seeding evil in the society. With the installation of sleeper cells in Paris, ISIS seems to have a stronghold there.
The day which led to over 150 loss of lives also had some gruelling stories attached to it. Here's one of them.
A pregnant woman was hanging from a ledge 50 feet above the ground at the Bataclan music hall. The reason behind her condition being the terrorists who were on fire killing hundreds of Parisians. A gentleman named Sebastian came up as a hero to help her.
Sebastian himself was trying to hide from the unstoppable bullet firings. He was well safe in his place of hiding near the edge of the theater until he heard a woman yelling "Help me, I'm pregnant".
Amongst many, Sebastian took the step forward to help the exhausted woman who was hanging for past five minutes in the air. He helped her get back inside and never saw the woman afterwards. What followed this was horrible, Sebastian felt a Kalashnikova against his leg and a terrorist yelling "get down there, lie on the ground".
Sebastian told that the singer was gone and that is when he saw 2-3 men holding Kalashnikovs. They started shooting anybody who came in their way. The mesmerizing sound of theater turned into a deadly one. After a word spread about an exit door behind the stage, everybody ran backwards. Sebastian's shirt was full of blood marks and he took the rear way only when a terrorist facing him was busy reloading his gun. He found no exit gates and had to go through stairs only to reach a balcony.
Sebastian said that the terrorists told them- "We are here to make you go through what the innocent are suffering in Syria. Now you feel the fear that people go through every day in Syria. It's a war. And that's just the beginning. We will massacre the innocent. We want you to tell everybody".