The Islamic State (IS) carried out a series of bombings on November 13 and 14, 2015, in Paris and other parts of France.
Another militant, Salah Abdeslam, survived the suicide bombing that killed 130 civilians and three militants.
Abdeslam was scheduled to carry out a suicide attack on the Bataklan concert on November 13, 2015, during the Germany-France football match. He told a special court in Paris on Wednesday (March 30th) how he had survived.
Salah, 32, said he had suddenly changed his mind about committing suicide before the attack. He opened the “suicide vest” after the attack and fled the scene. Move to your hometown Brussels.
From there, Salah, the only surviving militant involved in a suicide attack, was arrested in 2016.
“At the last moment, I suddenly changed my mind and pressed the button on the belt However, I did not change my decision out of cowardice or fear, in fact, I did not want to do it at that moment, Dia … ”
Salah added, “I was only 25 then. Explaining the reason for the survival of other jihadists, I said that maybe the belt did not work properly. But this. It was a shame to lie. I couldn’t look them in the eye. ”
French police suspect at least 20 militants were involved in the 2015 Paris bombings. However, at least 5 of them went to fight for IS in Syria Police believe that 3 people and 6 others are still at large in the suicide attack.