Facebook allowing users to support Paris with profile photo filter

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Facebook is now allowing users to support the Paris terrorist attack victims with a profile photo filter.

David Marcus, Facebook’s vice president of Messaging Product, wrote: “Show your support for the people of Paris by temporarily updating your profile picture with this new template we created. Thank you!”

Click “Try it” in the link above to change your image.

The filter symbolizes the French flag and is similar to the rainbow option Facebook offered when same-sex marriage was legalized in the U.S.

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the worst violence witnessed in France since World War II, a volley of nearly simultaneous terror attacks that the French President called “an act of war.”

The assailants targeted six sites Friday night in Paris, the deadliest being a massacre at a concert hall where at least 80 people were killed.

In all, French authorities put the number of dead at 129, though the death toll is expected to fluctuate as the situation becomes clearer.

The threat of ISIS is well-known, with the jihadist group’s atrocities in Syria and Iraq being met with condemnation and airstrikes by a U.S.-led coalition that includes France.