TERROR IN PARIS AGAIN! On the one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, another Muslim terrorist tried to attack a Paris police station


Shouting the Islamic war cry “Allahu Akbar,” Moroccan Muslim terrorist Sallah Ali, wielding a large knife and wearing what appeared to be a suicide belt was shot dead trying to attack a police station in Paris today. Ali was carrying a letter in which he pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS).

UK Daily Mail  The 20-year-old convicted thief was carrying a mobile phone and a sheet of paper showing the black flag of ISIS – and claims of responsibility written in Arabic, according to officials in France.


Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said: ‘A mobile phone and a piece of paper, on which appear the ISIS flag and a clear written claim in Arabic, were found on the individual.’ A police union source said Ali, who is originally from Casablanca, was wearing a belt made out to look like a suicide vest – but a bomb disposal unit has since confirmed that it was a fake.

Police have cleared hundreds of people from the area, which has a high percentage of residents with a multi-ethnic or immigrant background, over fears that other assailants could be at large. A Paris police official said officers are viewing the incident outside the Goutte d’Or commissariat – close to the Gare du Nord Eurostar hub – as ‘more likely terrorism’ than a standard criminal act.


A witness said he had heard ‘two or three shots’ this morning, before the man was on the ground. Ali was said to have ‘sworn allegiance’ to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the reclusive leader of ISIS.

In 2013, Ali had been arrested for theft in Sainte-Maxime, the upmarket French Riviera seaside resort. His fingerprints were recorded at the time. His body, dressed in light blue jeans, a grey combat-style jacket and black boots, could be seen lying outside the police station until well into the afternoon.


‘He was clearly obsessed with Islamic State, and its leaders,’ said an investigating source. ‘This was made very clear from the piece of paper found.’

By 1pm, bomb disposal experts could be seen using a robotic device to check Ali’s corpse for explosives. Sniffer dogs were also present. They are said to have found a ‘small package with electric wires hanging out of it’, said another source, working for Paris police.