Egyptian expat injured in Paris attacks undergoes 4th surgery
An injured man holds his head as people gather near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France - REUTERS

CAIRO: Egyptian national Walid Abdel-Razek who was severely injured in Paris attacks that claimed lives of at least 129 people in November, will undergo his fourth surgery on Wednesday, Youm7 reported.

Abdel-Razek was attending the France-Germany football game in Stade de France where one of multiplies attacks took place on Nov.13; following the attack, he was transported to a hospital where he underwent three surgeries.

Two Egyptians people were among the casualties; Salah Emad al-Gebali, 28 and Dual Egyptian-French citizen Lamia Mondeguer were killed in the attacks that took place in a restaurant in Rue de Charonne in Paris. The remains of one of the Egyptian victims were repatriated to Egypt.

On the same day of the attacks, the militant Islamic State group claimed its responsibility for the terrorist attacks committed by eight suicide bombers at the Stade De France, Bataclan concert hall, and Rue de Charonne in Paris.

France declared a state of emergency; it mounted more than 2000 raids and carried out detentions to some 210 people since the attacks, NBC NEWS quoted the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

The attacks have been largely condemned by world leaders who declared solidarity with the French people.

Additional reporting by Asmaa Mostafa from Paris

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