A terrorist who yelled “Daesh,” the Arabic name for the Islamic State (ISIS), stabbed a Paris elementary school teacher in the throat shortly before 7 a.m. Monday.
The teacher was knifed several times and was rushed to a Paris hospital. His condition is unknown at this time, but initial reports are that his life is not in danger.
No children were in school at the time, and the terrorist may have grabbed his weapon, a knife, scissors or box cutter, from inside the school.
The attack occurred in the Paris suburb of Seine-Saint Denis, the same area where ISIS terrorists were living when they carried out multiple massacres in Paris last month.
The Economist reported on Saturday that despite the attention ISIS it is receiving from its high-profile attacks, the terrorist country is losing ground in Iraq and is publishing less content on the Internet due to attacks on its infrastructure.
“[ISIS] is weak and they don’t want you to know it,” Australian TV show host Waleed Aly said recently in a viral video clip.