This is the first picture of the baby-faced suicide bomber Bilal Hadfi.
The 20-year-old terrorist detonated his suicide vest at the Stade de France, where football fans had gathered for the France vs Germany friendly on Friday.
Belgian Bilal Hadfi had spent time fighting with IS in Syria before returning to Europe and carrying out the barbaric attack in Paris .
He is one of seven suicide bombers who died during the murderous rampage, which also left 129 people dead and hundreds severely injured.
The attacker is understood to have been part of a gang known as the “Belgium Cell”, and managed to sneak back into Europe disguised as a migrant.
The group was made up of a number of Frenchman living in Belgium who are believed to have travelled together from Brussels to Paris in the rental vehicles.
It is understood they gathered in the Belgian suburb where they were each armed with AK-47s and suicide belts.
The first attack was at the Stade de France, where President Francois Hollande was watching the international friendly along with 80,000 spectators.
There was an initial suicide bombing at the entrance to the stadium where a suicide bomber is said to have approached the gate with a match ticket about 15 minutes after the game started but was turned away by a security guard, according to a stadium source.
The attacker is then said to have walked away before detonating his explosives near Gate D, where one other person was killed.
Several minutes later it was baby-faced Hadfi who reportedly detonated his suicide vest at a nearby gate, killing only himself.
Another terrorist then blew himself up outside the stadium but also failed to kill anyone other than himself.
Meanwhile a second cell of terrorists – apparently in a black car – were targeting cafes and bars in another part of the city.
Three more attackers in a third cell were killed inside the Bataclan concert hall and the seventh was killed near a cafe.
It comes as a suspected eighth terrorist was said to have been questioned and released by police at the Belgian border hours after the atrocity.
An international arrest warrant was put out for Salah Abdeslam, 26, who rented a Volkwagen Polo left at the scene of the attack.
His brother Ibrahim, 31, has been confirmed by a French officials as one of the suicide bombers in Friday’s attacks after he blew himself up at the Bataclan concert hall.
Officers pulled him over near the border four hours after the attacks but let him go after questioning him, the Press Association reported.
This was despite information having already been circulated that he rented a car involved in the horror.
Anti-terror units launched a frantic search for the 26-year-old – one of three Belgium-born siblings linked to the Paris massacre .
Armed officers stormed the homes of seven suspects in Belgium after a discarded parking ticket found in a rental car used by the terrorists during the atrocities, exposed a deadly sleeper cell.
French police issued an international arrest warrant for the “dangerous” 26-year-old – warning the public not to approach him under any circumstances.
The man, who has dark hair and is 5ft 7in tall, is understood to have rented a Volkswagen Polo used by the suicide bombers who killed 89 people at the Bataclan concert hall on Friday.
Two cars involved in the coordinated series of attacks across the French capital were rented in Belgium and a third car abandoned in Paris had Belgian plates.
His brother Ibrahim is believed to have blown himself up during the siege at the Bataclan and a third unnamed sibling was arrested in the Belgian raids.
Five of the suspects being held by police hail from Brussels’ deprived Molenbeek suburb known as the “Jihad capital of Europe” and a “den of terrorists” because its terror links.
French and Belgian police have been investigating links between the group and a second cell in the south of Paris led by suicide bomber Omar Ismail Mostefai, known as The Baker.
The 29-year-old bomber, was identified through his severed finger after blowing himself up inside the Bataclan.
Ahmed Almuhamed, a 25-year-old from Idlib, Syria, is thought to have entered Europe as an alleged asylum seeker.
He passed through the island of Leros on October 3rd, where his passport was checked, in line with EU procedures.Another terrorist has been partially identified as Abbdul Akbak B.
Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said the attackers were divided into three teams and wore ‘push-button’ suicide vests with powerful TATP explosives, and used Kalashnikov rifles with 7.62 mm-caliber bullets.
Detectives believe a bombmaker may still be at large after intelligence chiefs revealed that suicide belts used in the atrocities were made by a highly skilled professional.
A female shooter may have been among the gang who carried out the slaughter inside the Bataclan.