IS claims responsibility for Las Vegas massacre

 
IS claims responsibility for Las Vegas massacre
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The terrorist group IS/ISIS claims responsibility for the lethal attack in Las Vegas. According to IS' so-called news agency Amaq, the suspected shooter was their "soldier". The group claims that the suspect, Stephen Paddock, converted to Islam several months ago, according to the US surveillance organization SITE Intel Group:

The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the Las Vegas shooter is a “soldier” of the group and had converted to Islam months ago.

The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock, shot at least 50 dead and injured 406 in the Las Vegas massacre, which is described as the deadliest mass shooting in US history, before he killed himself before cops entered his hotel room.

Apparently Paddock's new islamic name was Samir Al Hajib.

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