New ISIS Video Celebrates Paris Attacks

PHOTO: A woman is evacuated from the Bataclan theater after a shooting in Paris, Nov. 13, 2015.PlayThibault Camus/AP Photo
WATCH New ISIS Video Celebrates Paris Attacks

The terror group ISIS has released a new, graphic video online praising the November 2015 Paris attacks and the "lions" who ISIS claims were responsible.

Titled "Kill Them Wherever You Find Them," the video is almost 18 minutes long and shows news footage of the Paris attacks before identifying the nine men it says carried out the mass murder, using their ISIS aliases, but it's not clear if all of the men identified are the same as those named by authorities in the aftermath of the attack.

Several of the purported fighters are featured in the video speaking against the West before the attacks. An audio message, attributed to the attack's "ringleader" Abdelhamid Abaaoud, says, "We will not stop fighting you in every part of the world, regardless of whether you are on a tourism trip or a work trip, or are fast asleep in your homes. So expect more."

Others attempt to incite others to carry out their own attacks.

The video then shows the very gruesome beheading of seven people, at the hands of several of the alleged Paris attackers, at an unidentified location presumably prior to the Paris attacks.

One hundred and thirty people were killed Nov. 13 in three coordinated attacks in Paris that targeted a soccer stadium, a concert hall and several restaurants. All nine attackers are believed to be dead.