Overnight, French police fought a violent gun battle against an ISIS terror cell in the town of Saint-Denis, just north of Paris. At about 4:30am local time, police raided an apartment building just a mile away from the Stade de France, the football stadium where three Islamic suicide bombers killed themselves on Friday night. Several cell phones recovered from the Paris attacks led authorities to Saint-Denis. They believed that the mastermind of the attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud. Moroccan-born man raised in Belgium is thought to be the leader of the Paris attacks, as well as the attempted train attack back in August which was foiled by three American passengers. During the police raid early this morning, two terrorists were killed and seven other suspects arrested. One young Muslim woman killed herself using a suicide-bomb-vest while the second dead Islamic terrorist was shot by police. Five policemen were wounded during the gun battle. Authorities say that the raid was carried out ″just in the nick of time″ as another terror attack was being prepared.