When it comes to Isis, the world will never be the same again, and that’s not necessarily because of the group’s horrific acts.
The terrorist group is a group that thrives on its violence, and its tactics are used for political gain.
This includes the killing of innocent civilians, which is the case with the latest attack in France.
The latest incident in Paris took place on Friday.
The perpetrator of the attack was reportedly a 22-year-old Tunisian man.
His victim was a 20-year old French woman who was reportedly stabbed in the chest.
The attacker reportedly yelled “Allahu Akbar” before attacking the woman.
The victim suffered a heart attack and died shortly afterwards.
The motive for the attack remains unclear.
A motive has yet to be revealed.
The attack happened in a busy shopping street in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis, and the perpetrator was later identified as a 22 year old Tunisian, Ahmed Merabet, from the northern city of Girona.
It is unclear whether the attack took place in France or the country as a whole.
According to the Paris prosecutor’s office, Merabet has been charged with a number of offences, including terrorism, attempted murder, armed robbery, sexual assault, burglary and kidnapping.
However, it is unclear if he has entered a plea.
His trial has been set for August 1, 2017.
In the UK, Isis has been at the centre of a series of recent terror attacks.
In September, a man in his 20s was shot dead outside a house in north London.
In November, a 19-year‑old woman died after being attacked by a knife-wielding man at a petrol station in Birmingham.
Two months later, a 20‑year-olds wife was killed outside a cafe in Leeds, England.
The suspected attacker in the London attack is also a Tunisian and a suspected member of the terror group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS).
In July, a 21-year‐old woman was stabbed to death outside a nightclub in Amsterdam, before a knife attack on a group of people outside the club.
According a report in The Independent, this was the second knife attack in the Netherlands this year.
The next week, another man in a white hooded sweatshirt killed two people and injured six others in the French city of Nice.
The suspect was shot and killed by police.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for several terror attacks in Europe and has claimed a number more in the United States and elsewhere.
As well as attacking Western targets, the group has also claimed responsibility to carry out attacks in Russia and Yemen.
The UK has been hit by multiple terror attacks over the past two years, with the most recent on July 3, when a suicide bomber killed 52 people in a Manchester concert hall.
The country has been under an extended state of emergency since July 2020, and this year saw the country’s Parliament pass a bill that would grant British citizens a right to a firearms licence.
This would mean that anyone with an approved firearm licence would be able to carry it openly without a background check.
However the legislation has yet in practice to be passed into law.
The government has previously indicated that it will not be introducing legislation that would allow for the same right.
The Government’s response to the attack has been swift, with Home Secretary Amber Rudd stating that the attack would not have been carried out without British support.
However this has not stopped the country from experiencing a series to recent terrorist attacks, including the shooting of two people in Manchester, England, on July 22.
In response, British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that the country will be more vigilant against potential future attacks.
“We have the same law on the books that applies to us all, including terrorists,” May said.
“The terrorist threat remains and the government will continue to act to protect us.”