This is how the Islamic State attack was experienced from inside the Moscow concert hall

The death toll in the jihadist terrorist attack committed at the Crocus City Hall concert hall, on the outskirts of Moscow, already amounts to 115 people, as reported this Saturday by the Russian Instruction Committee. The number of injured is counted in the hundreds. It is the worst terrorist attack committed in years on Russian soil and has generated a global shock. Unknown assailants carried out the shooting on Friday during a rock concert in the city of Krasnogorsk, on the outskirts of Moscow. The jihadist terrorist group Daesh (Islamic State) has claimed responsibility for the attack. Russian authorities have reported the arrest of 11 people, including 4 of the assailants who directly participated. The search for victims can last for days. The White House has been shocked and will continue to investigate who is behind the attack. Even Ukraine, which is at war with Putin, has categorically denied having anything to do with the terrorists, who burst into a hooded mall with assault weapons and began shooting indiscriminately into the crowd. The first moments elicit different reactions. While some spectators leave the room just in case, others remain apparently calm in their seats. Soon, however, doubts are dispelled when gunshots echo throughout the auditorium. The initial confusion gives way to panic, and the rout begins. Those who choose to take shelter in their seats have been able to make a fatal decision because the terrorists go up to the amphitheater and shoot at point-blank range those they find there. The stampede is widespread throughout the venue, where 6,200 people had gathered to attend a concert by a popular Russian rock group. The attackers have chosen a full night and with automatic weapons and grenades they take over the place. From every corner. Here at the entrance, there is no mercy for those who are cornered either.

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