ISIS operative tied to 2015 Paris attacks reportedly killed in Syrian airstrike

A French ISIS jihadist linked to the 2015 Parris terror attacks may have finally met with justice.

French and U.S. military sources reported Fabien Clain may have been killed during a recent airstrike in Syria. However, the reports of his death have not yet been confirmed by U.S. military leaders.

Reign of Terror

The deadly terrorist attacks in France on November 13, 2015, killed 130 people and wounded almost 500.

Terrorists hit half a dozen locations around the city, sending France into a downward spiral.

These horrifying attacks were regularly something then-candidate Trump pointed to during his campaign.

Clain is said to have been the voice in an ISIS recording that claimed responsibility for attacks.

Ever since, he has been at the top the most-wanted list of terrorists for both the United States and France.

French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly stated, “The French citizens who remember his rallying cries for murder and his role in the pseudo-Islamic state, will surely be relieved.”

“We remain vigilant, this information is not confirmed,” she added cautiously.

The ISIS Assault

Although President Trump has praised the efforts against ISIS as having crippled the terror organization, it is clear he has no intentions of halting this fight.

We have seen before what happens when you give them even an inch of room.

Even with the reduction of forces in the Middle East, the United States and its allies are clearly continuing to hammer ISIS until the terrorist organization is completely obliterated and wiped from the face of the earth.

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