Attack on the Jewish Museum – Mehdi Nemmouche would have had a terrorist action project in Paris
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    Attack on the Jewish Museum – Mehdi Nemmouche would have had a terrorist action project in Paris

    In its Monday edition, Libération en Une has reported that the alleged  perpetrator of the quadruple murder committed at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels on May 24th , Mehdi Nemmouche was planning “at least one attack in France, in the heart of Paris”, which most likely would have taken place  on July 14th, a French national holiday. 

    This information was extracted from the minutes of the complaints hearing against X by four former French hostages released on April 20th, heard by the Directorate General of Internal Security (ISB) while Nemmouche  was in custody from  May 30th to June 2nd in France for the four murders at the Jewish Museum in Brussels.

    According to several sources, the hostages  Didier Francois, Edward Elias, Henin and Pierre Nicolas Torres, who recognized Nemmouche  as one of their captors, revealed “a major terrorist Action Project”: “The objective was  for Nemmouche to carry out an attack during the parade in Paris on July 14th, “reported the French daily news network.  

     Without knowing  his  exact “targets”,  Nemmouche’s intentions were aimed at carrying out this “Merah  magnitude 5″, attack on the Champs-Elysées  during this National holiday ” “”I’ll do five  times Merah  during the July 14th parade, “boasted Abu Omar,   Nemmouche’s  jihad name.

    Mehdi Nemmouche will appear for the second time before the  Council Chamber in Brussels  on Friday, September 12th. He was handed over to Belgium by the French authorities on July 29th and is being held in the Bruges prison.

    Jason Bennett (Source: Belga)