Jan 7 2016
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.