Monday 16 November 2015

Deadly Blunder Of The French Police On-the-Run 'Blood Brother' Terrorist

Deadly blunder of the French police: On-the-run 'blood brother' terrorist was stopped and QUESTIONED as he fled to Belgium in wake of attacks - but officials let him go

Frenchman Salah Abdeslam, 26, (pictured top left) from a suburb of Brussels known as the 'jihadi' capital of Europe, was stopped and then released by officers guarding the Belgian border hours after the attacks. His brother Ibrahim, 31, blew himself up in Paris and a third sibling Mohammed was arrested in Brussels. 

French police have said Parisian Omar Mostefai, 29, (bottom right) was one of the Bataclan suicide bombers where 89 died while Belgian Bilal Hadfi, 20, (top right) detonated his suicide vest at the Stade de France where three died. Ahmed Almuhamed (bottom left) travelled to France as an asylum seeker after being saved from a sinking migrant boat off Greece. This morning a Bataclan bomber was named as homegrown terrorist Samy Aminour, 28, who was known to anti-terror police in 2012 when he was prosecuted for trying to flee to join Al Qaeda terrorists in Yemen.

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